With over 30 years of experience across a variety of sectors we can provide consultancy that facilitates innovative service development, skills based training and support within the public and third sector.
The team has a proven and robust reputation for delivering pioneering innovative approaches within the health and public and third sectors.
We offer consultancy including:
• Commissioned and bespoke training
Assess, design and deliver...
Assess your needs, to design and deliver bespoke training programmes
Improve workforce skills...
Delivering group departmental or individual skills relating to current employer needs
Developing teams through action learning sets, to help you overcome current and future barriers
We will stay in touch, to ensure successful implementation of new skills
“Hayley’s input has been vital. Key is her awareness and insight into my specific role and my capacity to develop within and beyond it. The level of critical thinking which I am now able to apply to all aspects of my role has made me a better and more effective Head Teacher – I have developed my leadership style and management skills whilst preserving a work-life balance and a strong sense of perspective.”
– John Wayland, Head Teacher, Grendon C of E Primary School, Northamptonshire
We primarily use activity as a therapeutic medium rather than talking therapy. That is, we engage in activity to develop the skills and strategies that you need. We can work on a one to one basis or with small groups.
– Assessment of need and reports
– Design and deliver bespoke interventions and programmes
– Continued assessment and progress reporting
– Clinical and professional supervision
– Service evaluations
– Service development consultancy
– Staff training
We are advocates of multiagency working and if required will work with other agencies for continuity and consistency.
Who we Work with
We work across a variety of settings including schools, local authorities, healthcare and charitable settings.
Occupational therapy (OT) is a health and social care profession, regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Occupational therapy takes a “whole-person approach” to both mental, physical health and wellbeing and enables individuals to achieve their full potential (Royal College of Occupational Therapists 2017).