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Our Team


Kay Henry
Lead Director
Hi, I am Kay Henry. I have been involved with Parent Carers Cornwall for several years both as a parent volunteer representative and now as the lead Director. It was through having my youngest son who has Special Needs that brought me into the world of Parent Carers Forums. I have always felt passionately about ensuring parent/carers have their voices and views heard.

Working in partnership with service leads can sometimes be challenging but rewarding when you know you can make a difference to families. I love what I do, from signposting families to services who can support them to running fun activity days with families, each day is always different. I have worked previously in both Education and Social Care and managed the Independent Support Service in Cornwall helping families with EHCP support.
Sandra Ward
My youngest daughter is currently at Truro College on the Access to Community and Education course. My daughter has Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities, Complex Epilepsy and Autism.

I am one of the founder members of PCC, when my daughter was 8 years old, and I am still participating in shaping services across Education, Health and Social Care. I also chair the Carers Partnership Board which links into many services and I ensure the voice of the carer is heard.
Michelle Lobb
I am a Parent Carer and became a member many years ago after a chance meeting in school . I did parent participation training and was very interested in how I could make a difference and share my knowledge. I started volunteering for PCC, and am now a Director .
Anna Williamson
Hello. I am Anna Williamson, I am happiest in, on or beside the water. I have been a P4P worker and part of Parent Carers Cornwall since January 2016 and became a Director in August 2019. My three boys are my priority, their needs are varied, and they give me a depth of understanding and empathy. I am very open and honest about the highs and lows of parenting, we can’t and won’t always get it right but hearing the right words and being with the right people can make the world of difference.

I am a Director of Parent Carers Cornwall because I want to be able to be a voice for parent carers, our members and those parents who are finding their way through the varying SEND pathways. To enable those children at the heart of our mission as parents to be the best they can be.
Jane Gray
My name is Jane Gray and I am a part-time nurse and a part-time Mum. My husband and I share the care for our four children, and he also works part-time. We have one son with severe dyslexia and another son with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and Dyspraxia. I have children in the wider family with diabetes, Down's Syndrome, Blindness, Cornelia de Llang Syndrome, Mitochondrial Disease, epilepsy, schizophrenia and Cerebral Palsy

The reason I joined Parent Carers Cornwall was that I could have a voice but also be able to find out first-hand how I could get the best for my children. Many of us parents will be able to identify that if we do not stand up for our children for the provision and support that they need then very often it just does not happen.

Meeting with other parents, being able to speak up with regard to needs provision, reviewing policies and how that works out in reality are all things that are really important. And having fun too.
Lisa Clark
I'm married and have two children. My eldest opened my eyes to the struggles parent carers face, when they have a child with additional needs. I joined the PCC because I wanted to bring about change and help other parents navigate the this world.
Cathy Galsworthy
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