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My name is Denise Facey and I am the new Sendiass lead. I have worked for Sendiass as an advisor from 2013 and before that I worked in the States for six years in special schools around Maryland and Florida. I have an Honours degree in Childhood and Youth studies and my priority for Sendiass is to make sure we are fully accessible to all parents, children and young people.
Hello, I am Anna Williamson, I am a new Sendiass Adviser. I have previously worked for Parent4Parent part of Parent Carers Cornwall and remain a Director with them. I worked on the Independent Support
contract supporting parents with the changes around the Education Health and Care plan processes. Prior to that I have spent a lot of my life supporting adults who have a learning difficulty both in their own homes but also offering respite at our family home. I studied an Honours degree in Community and youth studies and spent 10 years working for Connexions, here I supported students in mainstream schools who required additional support with accessing information and transitions. I am passionate about supporting parents and enabling families to access information and support and ensuring children and young people with
SEND are given equal opportunities.
Hello, I am Sue and I have worked on Sendiass from September 2020. I previously worked on Sendiass for a year at Disability Cornwall and before that I was an Independent supporter helping parents and young people apply and transfer over to EHCP’s. I have worked in advice and guidance roles for the last 20 years and I
have a diploma in Youth work and so I have lots of skills to work with children and young people effectively. I am looking forward to working on the development plan for Sendiass which includes a new website and providing training for parents and young people.