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Laura worked tirelessly as the Branch secretary for seven years and was Richmond NAS Branch Chair for five years. Laura was a co-author of the Richmond NAS Information Pack’s first edition.
Pam was the Branch Treasurer from 2004 until 2017. She is a primary school teacher and has spent many years working with children who have special educational needs in mainstream, including working as a SENCO for three years.
Susie currently is the Play and Information Leader for Skylarks. Susie was also co-author of the Richmond NAS Information Pack first edition.
Miroslava looks after our Branch Facebook page.
Louise is a teacher like Pam.
Diane is our Branch Treasurer.
Alison and Kevin
Alison and Kevin are NAS Richmond's Branch Chair and co-Chair respectively and are the main point of contact, providing information, support and sign-posting.
Laura, Stella Mabb (an ex-committee member), Susie and Alison co-wrote and published the first edition of our Branch’s Information Pack. Both Alison and Kevin keep the Information Pack up-to-date and run this Branch website.
They also represent the Branch's interests on a number of local council groups, including the Health and Social Care Co-Production Group, working with other carers, professionals, plus people who receive support from Health and Social Services.
An introduction to our committee members – who we are and what we do.