Sarah is a Registered General Nurse/District Nurse/Midwife and qualified in 1975. Sarah worked as a community nurse/midwife in The Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire for 15 years after which she spent 10 years in nursing homes and then finally started teaching in 2002.
Sarah is an ITC accredited provider for First Aid at Work training. Sarah's qualifications, knowledge, expertise and experience is utilised for training in other training courses including: Medication, Dementia, Health and Safety, Infection Control, Food Safety, Nutrition & Hydration, Pressure Sore prevention, Epilepsy & Diabetes.
Sarah trained with Dementia Care Matters so as she could deliver excellent Dementia training. The founder of Dementia Care Matters, Dr David Sheard, has been an inspiration to Sarah. The Dementia training course revolves around Dementia being an emotional experience with emotional wellbeing at the heart of true person-centred care.
Sarah's hobbies include walking, crystal healing and spending time with her grandchildren
Sarah's aspirations are to promote, through training, more awareness of the experience for people living with a dementia. On a personal level Sarah wishes to live in her little house in as eco-friendly a way as possible.