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Wendy, Director

Wendy has worked in the field of learning difficulties/disabilities for over 35 years.

Most of this time has been in education, particularly of people over 16, but she has also worked in both the NHS and social care during that time.

Her interest in dementia was particularly sparked when a family member was diagnosed. Through the work carried out by the team since July 2015, when Film Night first began, her commitment to improving the lives of people with disabilities and other social needs has grown.

Claire, Director

Claire has worked in education for 27 years supporting and teaching adults with learning difficulties/disabilities. She has also worked in residential and community settings supporting the elderly and those with additional needs in care homes and supporting people in their own home.

Claire is passionate about the work she does and strives to improve and enrich the lives of those she works with. She advocates for others aswell as being a great believer in promoting self-advocacy and enabling others to have a voice.

Claire believes that everyone has the right to be a valued member of their community and wants to help promote acceptance, understanding and inclusivity for all. She feels it is so important for everyone to feel valued and part of the wider community. Claire loves working on projects where different groups of people come together, for example, at Dementia Friendly Film Club. Everyone that goes to these events help each other to become part of a very special and positive experience for all.

Anna, Director

Anna has worked within the care field since she left college.
Anna has worked within a number of fields, transitions, older persons, physically disabled, learning disability and in a number of care settings. 
She really enjoys the work she does and is proud when she sees the people she works with achieve the goals they set out for themselves.