Behind PBS4

Jonathan Beebee, Chief Enablement Officer.

 

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Registered Learning Disability Nurse with MSc in PBS.

I have a wide variety of experiences in working with adults and children with learning disabilities in health and social care settings. This has ranged from people with severe learning disabilities with severe challenging behaviours to people with mild learning disabilities whose behaviour may be considered a criminal offence. I have also worked extensively with people who have social difficulties including challenging sexual behaviours. You can see more about me on my LinkedIn profile.

Anna Hunter, Enablement Director.

 

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Psychology Graduate with MSc in PBS

My career has been focussed on improving the lives of people with learning disabilities. I have worked in an ABA School, NHS Intensive Support Services, and as a PBS Consultant and Quality Assurance Manager for a large social care provider.

Andrew Monaghan, Chair of the Board.

 

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Independent Consultant for Charities, Organisations, and Statutory Services

As Chair of the Board my role is to ensure the Board works collectively both to challenge and be supportive of everything PBS4 does. I have a background of managing and leading NHS services, Social Care providers and as a CEO of a Hampshire charity.

Philip Stonehouse, Co-Chair of the Board.

 

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Autism Consultant

I am an expert in autism due to my lived experience. I also bring my personal experiences of receiving support. My role on the board is to ensure PBS4 are listening to what is important for the people they support.

Jenny Steeples, Parent Board Representative.

 

Parent of Claire

I have personally experienced a variety of social care services for my daughter Claire throughout her life. We have had some bad experiences so we were one of the first families in Hampshire to use a personal budget to design Claire’s support ourselves and get it right for her. I am a strong advocate for effective and meaningful services for people with learning disabilities and represent parents in Hampshire at a variety of forums

Katherine Wynne, Personalisation Board Representative.

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Integrated Service Manager, Independent Lives.

The landscape for social care is changing with growing use of personal budgets and personalisation being central to contemporary services. My role on the Board is to ensure PBS4 keeps up with personalisation developments and is working in a personalised way.

Julian Hill, Human Resources Board Representative.

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Director, Care-HR

My focus is always on people. I promote person centred approaches to supporting people with learning disabilities, and I advocate for employees encouraging organisations to be good employers. I am a certified HR consultant and a Learning Disability Nurse. My role on the Board is to support PBS4 practices that affect the people they engage with.

Mark Nesbitt, Business Board Representative.

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Director, Love Accountancy

I am passionate about supporting small businesses to develop. My role on the Board is to support PBS4 consider developments in technology and business. I also ensure PBS4 is accountable for the use of the funds they receive.

 

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