Caroline qualified in 1985 and has worked extensively in social care and housing adaptations in a variety of settings. She is an experienced leader and manager who is able to work with complex cases with professionalism and autonomy. Over the last 8 years she has worked in independent practice, specialising in working with children and families. This has led to a variety roles both in the private voluntary and statutory services sectors.

Caroline runs a charity that supports children with special needs in India, and trains internationally in developing play skills.

In 2019 she became a qualified sensory integration practitioner with Ulster University and uses these skills to work with children and families both at home, school and in an SI Clinic.

Caroline has a passion for working with children who have experienced early years trauma and supports parents and carers with sensory based adaptations and strategies that lead to achievable “fun” and “functional” goals.

Caroline is registered with the Health Care Professional Council.