Wendy Joy MCSP
Wendy trained as a chartered physiotherapist in London and qualified in 1991.
She is a mother of three teenage daughters. Over the years she has worked in many healthcare locations along the South Coast, in both the NHS and also private settings.
Wendy’s area of special clinical interest is paediatrics. She works clinically and also manages a paediatric multidisciplinary clinic. In addition, she enjoys lecturing and taking part in local education opportunities for children and also those who work with children.Wendy believes in constantly pushing forwards and questioning current practice. She is also a keen advocate of early intervention.
Storycises™ has given her the opportunity to research, produce and start a project which is hoped will continue to show the importance of relevant early intervention and the positive effects it can have on a child’s life.
Jane Reynolds MSCP
Jane qualified from the University Of Southampton in 2003 having previously had a career as a paramedic.
She works in the NHS and privately with children from 0-18 with a variety of conditions. These include children with motor coordination difficulties as well as county rugby players, but her specialty is working with children with neurodevelopmental conditions. She has studied for a post registration qualification with the Bobath Centre in London.
For Jane, the main inspiration for this project were the children she has worked with and the positive results she achieved using the same principles used in Storycises ™. She found there was increasing number of children who had gaps in their foundation movement skills who had consequently struggled for years. Jane feels strongly that by providing effective early intervention, these gaps could be prevented and ultimately the children would be able to achieve increased confidence, better self esteem and more success at school.