As the organisation has grown we have been able to recruit a wide range of expertise from a variety of backgrounds.
We invest substantially in the continued professional development of all our staff, all of whom have passed the appropriate safeguarding training and are DBS cleared. Our internal, accredited development programmes enable our staff to obtain relevant qualifications.
“I am one of the co-founders and Directors of Aspire Behaviour Management. I lead the Aspire Outreach Service, as well as sitting on our Board. My background includes being Area Manager for a Youth Offending Team Prevention Service and District Manager of an LA Behaviour Support Service. I am a qualified Youth Justice & Restorative Justice practitioner as well as a fully qualified and accredited Parenting Support Practitioner in Triple P Programmes (Standard & Teen), Incredible Years Programme (Webster-Stratton) and the Solihull Parenting Support Approach. I have over 20 years of experience “in the field” and during that time have worked with thousands of vulnerable and complex children, young people and families displaying SEMH and other SEN related difficulties. I have extensive knowledge, understanding and practices in supporting children, families and schools with identified SEND, challenging behaviours, parenting support and Youth Justice & Restorative Justice approaches”
“I am a Director and one of the founders of Aspire Behaviour Management Ltd. I have over 30 years’ experience working with vulnerable children and their families. After my daughter was diagnosed with Dyslexia, I became Bolton and District’s Dyslexia Associations Co-Ordinator. I then spent 17 years as a Parent Partnership Officer, providing independent advice and support to parents of children going through the statementing process. I also have a son who was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 4. From here, I set up an afterschool club for children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties. I have been an evidenced based parenting practitioner for over 30 years. During this time I have sat on a number of school and health panels and boards. I was a Governor at a Rumworth Special School in Bolton for over 10 years, I was a member of the management committee for the Primary Pupil Referral Unit in Bolton and I am currently Chair of Governors at Whittlefield Primary School. My experience with my own children and that of the many lives I have been privileged to share a snap shot of, has driven me to want the very best and equally the same opportunities for all children – even those that at times challenge our every thought and all of our boundaries”
"I began working with Aspire Behaviour Management in January 2016 as an advisor. I now Chair our Board of Directors and provide commercial and strategic support. After a career as a qualified solicitor I spent 11 years on the Board of one of the largest and fastest growing professional services businesses in the North. I now run a Business Growth Consultancy which provides expertise and financial investment to SMEs. I have a passion for improving the education of children and I’ve worked with a number of organisations in the education sector. I am also Chair of Governors at a North Yorkshire Primary School”