Divya joined in October 2021 and manages the HR function in the organisation. Divya has many years of experience in the HR and the Care Sector. She heads recruitment and is passionate about providing care with compassion, competence, collaboration and communication.
I'm Kat, the Head of Behaviour Services at Salisbury Support 4 Autism. My educational background is BSc in Psychology and my MSc in Applied Behaviour Analysis.
It was through my educational journey that I realised my passion for working with individuals with Autism and Special Needs.
Over the years I have worked in Northern Ireland, America and London, which lead me to find SS4A where I joined the company in October 2018. I have enjoyed every minute since.
I started off at SS4A as the only Behaviour Specialist, to now heading my own department. This company has promoted my development, cheered on my new initiatives and supported me throughout, due to our shared values and passions for providing the best support for our service users!
Helping me achieve this for our service users is my fantastic team of Behaviour Technicians and a Behaviour & Communication Practitioner.
I am the Registered Service Manager for SS4AUTISM 28 Holt road Wembley.
Am also a qualified Dental Nurse with a first degree in Event Management and an
NCFE Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care (Children and Adult`s Management).
I have worked with SS4AUTISM for 11 progressive wonderful years with no form of regret. As a Registered Manager, It is my obligation to see the Service Users live qualitative lives and the staff as happy as possible.
I believe our desires drive us, so my desire is to make a difference in working with individuals on the autistic spectrum. I am passionate and have a positive drive.
I enjoy travelling and visiting new places
I'm Melanie, I have been part of the SS4autism family since October 2018, I appreciate how the company is big on development and allows you to contribute with new ideas/changes.
I have worked in this sector for 7 years and there is not a thing I would change.
Not only am I passionate about this sector, but it is also close to my heart with having my own personal experiences with my brother who has autism. So to be able to play a part in this industry and make a difference really is a daily positive affirmation for me.
Being able to meet people who share similarities and the same passion is a deal-breaker for me when it comes to working alongside helping the company grow in the right direction.
My favourite thing to do is travel, favourite season spring & summer - I could live on a beach!
Hello, my name is Khilan. I the Operation Lead for supported living service.
I have worked with the company for a few years now and have performed different roles throughout my employment here at SS4A.
I am one of the trainers of the company and carry out audits too together with quality assurance manager. I have designed/delivered several pieces of training like – Management of Actual and potential Aggression 2 days and refresher courses, Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults etc.
I completed MSc in health and social care Management and since then I have performed various roles and responsibilities within the management of this sector.
Throughout my journey with SS4A, I have seen good examples of residents on the autism spectrum achieving positive changes in their life for better, with my favourite example being ‘a resident coming out of elective autism through a variety of interventions.’
Personally, as well as professionally, I like to make most out of my interests, knowledge, and experience for continuous development and when necessary thrive to make things better than yesterday. I am confident that together with the SS4A, I can thrive to achieve care, welfare, safety and security for people we support and all others.
I joined SS44autism in February 2020 as the service manager at 43 South way.
Prior to working at south Way, I have worked in social care since 1996 starting as a support worker and progressing upwards. I have experience working with people with Autism, Learning disabilities, mental health needs, elderly, Parkinson, and dementia.
The last 13 years to the date I have worked with people with Autism Learning disability and mental health issues on a management
level ensuring the smooth running of the service, staff, and the people. I have a great passion working in this field as it gives me greater satisfaction and fulfilment to see the people supported being happy in their home, developing their individual skills in their day to day activities of daily living.
I am a strong advocate when it comes to the people I support, and I make sure I work with the staff team to achieve the desired goal. I enjoy travelling and listening to music.