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Meet the Team – Trustees

Sarah – Treasurer

I was previously involved as a volunteer at children’s and adults’ activities which I really enjoyed.

I am a qualified accountant so I am happy to use my skills to support the charity as their Treasurer.

I am a huge fan of live music and can usually be found at a gig or festival at the weekends

Dave - Chairman

Dave – Chairman

I have volunteered with with ASD Family Help for several years before becoming the Chairman and I still enjoy volunteering at adhoc events/activities.

I run my own company & I have a step-son with additional needs, which gives me good listening skills, an understanding of neuro-divergent individuals and being confident to say what’s needed of the charity.

Teresa – Secretary

Bio to follow soon…

Loraine – Trustee (HR)

I am a keen member of the Committee. I love to support our parent/carer group and get heavily involved in fundraising. I am keen to support other parent/carers and to share my experiences of living with someone with the condition and provide support to others finding life challenging. 

I am working in an IT company in the project management department, which gives me skills dealing with difficult situations.   

Briony – Trustee (Safeguarding England)

I am a qualified, and registered, children’s Social Worker.  I am trained to complete specialist assessments regarding harmful sexual behaviour and I have received training in; child sexual abuse, neglect, domestic abuse, restorative practice training and motivational interviewing.

I have previously worked for the charity supporting young people and adults.

I am a confident person who has good listening skills, attention to detail and the ability to adapt my communication where necessary.

Sue – Trustee

The charity is close to my heart, as it has been such a massive help and support over the years since my first child was diagnosed with Autism It’s my turn to give back and do my bit.

I am an author & a mum to 3 boys with additional needs. This gives me patience and the ability to look at things from a different perspective to find the right solution. I am positive and understanding of others.

Annette – Trustee

The charity helped me when both my boys were diagnosed with ASD,  so it’s good to give back.

The skills I bring to the charity are my  experience of being a mum of 2 autistic children as well as the understanding of the pressures that brings to the family. I enjoy helping the charity at events & fundraisers.

Sally – Trustee

I retired 4 years ago having worked as an Educational Psychologist for Pembrokeshire County Council for 26 years and prior to that as a primary school teacher. For the past 15 years I worked as a Senior EP with responsibility for autism and as part of the ASD diagnostic team based at Withybush Hospital. 

For 25 years I have been a Cub Scout leader in Haverfordwest and have supported many young Cubs and Scouts, who also have autism to , be fully engaged in our scouting activities. 

Jane – Trustee (Safeguarding Wales)

I have previously worked as a Head teacher in a Primary School and have experience of being the school ALNco with a passion for supporting neuro-diverse pupils. 

At present I am a trainee Counsellor/Psychotherapist and have my own practice. 

In my leisure time I love to read, watch films and chat with family and friends over tea and cake.