Tammy brings a wealth of experience to Sense Abilities.
Tammy says “I am so excited to become a director of Sense Abilities as I truly believe that sensory is so beneficial to all, especially those with SEND.
My journey in SEN started 16 years ago where I worked as a classroom assistant in a special school in Kent.
From here I became a support worker in homes for adults with learning disabilities and challenging behaviours.
My journey was interrupted at this point by the arrival of my beautiful son, who 5 years later was diagnosed as being on the Autistic spectrum and having sensory processing disorder.
This led to me becoming involved with the Torbay Parent Carer Forum where I have been the Administrator for over two years now.
In the last few years I have turned my skills to fundraising, last year raising over £7,000.
I look forward to fundraising this year to increase the availability of Sensory play in Torbay and beyond.”
Suzannah is a mother of 6 boys and has extensive experience in the SEN Field through 3 of her sons who have a range of SEN including Down’s syndrome, ADD, Dispraxia and Aspergers. She chaired the local DownSouth charity for a short period, has been a Special Needs Parent Representative on the Management Board of…
“Being a parent to four children, two of which have additional SEN, has encouraged me to think outside the box when it comes to motivating, stimulating and encouraging development and learning. Traditional cognitive methods are valuable but when you have a child that is very visually focussed, sensory equipment comes to the fore. I am…
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