Beverley is a Registered General Nurse who qualified in 1993 and is now self employed. In the past she has worked at Tameside Hospital on a variety of wards within Acute Medical Services and has also managed a large dual registered nursing home. She was employed by a nursing agency as an RGN Advisor in Recruitment and also had a key role in the management of 24 hour care packages for clients with acquired brain injury and learning disabilities, who live in their own homes. She currently works as an acquired Brain Injury Care Manager.
She teaches Moving & Handling and First Aid and has provided training in all aspects of mandatory Health and Social Care Training to nursing and care staff working within the Healthcare Sector.
She is a member of the RCN (Royal College of Nurses) and BABICM (British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers).
Chris has been a wheelchair user since age 7. He has spent 27 years teaching Maths and Sciences to 11-18 year olds (HOD) and 6 years working as the Disability Consultant for Disabled Living – delivering Disability Awareness courses, conducting Access Audits on hundreds of buildings from colleges, to tower blocks to terraced housing, and giving specialist advice to various organisations on their premises, practices and policies.
Deborah has been a trained nurse for over 30 years and has worked in many different departments from Day Surgery, to Intensive Care, to community work with people at home. Both NHS and Private work. Deborah has also owned and managed businesses in the marketing field.
Deborah is trained to teach moving and handling and risk assessment.
She joined the team at Disabled Living last year to help build the reputation and awareness of the charity along with delivering moving and handling training.
Deborah loves shopping and dogs!