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Early Intervention Family Support Worker (EIFSW) supports.
For more information about the EIFSW's please see their mini
Michele originally trained and qualified as a teaching assistant
and worked in both a middle and high school.
Michele gets great pleasure in seeing a family who may have been
at loggerheads at the start of a package of support, make changes
and come together as a family- and most of all start having some
Jill used to run a Nurture Group at a school and has lots
of experience working with children in various educational setting
and in their own homes.
Jill feels very fortunate to be able to say that she has her
dream job. The satisfaction of supporting families and seeing them
overcome challenges, flourish and enjoy themselves is a privilege
and very satisfying.
Alyson Rushworth - Currently on Maternity Leave
Alyson finds working with children and their parents really
rewarding. She feels that every family goes through difficult times
and it can be hard to see a light at the end of the tunnel, but for
a family to let you into their home and life for a short time to
help them through this is very satisfying.
Alyson is a mum to a 13 month old girl who gives her lots of
joy. She loves spending family days together and socialising with
Natalie enjoys getting to meet a variety of families all
experiencing varying difficulties, which means that no 2 days are
the same. The role is very challenging but also provides lots of
rewards for both me and the families.
Natalie's biggest success was winning an eating competition and
beating 4 grown men!
Gemma really enjoys working with families and
seeing them achieve the goals that families set for
A special moment for Gemma was watching a child she supported have
the confidence to appear in the school play.
Outside of work, Gemma enjoys spending time with her two young
Louise's background is nursery work, in
which she worked her way up to deputy manager before becoming
Louise enjoys the role because it supports
families who need help and is so varied that it makes each day
Her biggest achievement is having her
baby girl and gaining her degree in Theology.
Asmah has a strong desire to help others, she works with a
non-judgmental attitude empowering individuals and collaboratively
with families to make a positive difference they deserve.
Tracey has a background working in a specialist therapeutic
residential school for children aged 5-13. Tracey enjoys the
challenges of the Early Intervention Family Support Worker role and
the fact that every day is different.
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