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Sarah Seaton M.A.
Sarah is our founder, chairman and trustee. She is educated to Masters Degree level and a published writer and reporter. She is a qualified Independent Parental Supporter, a qualified mentor and educated to level three in Teaching Learners on the Autistic Spectrum. Sarah has a son with Autism.
Sarah is a recipient of the Women of Influence Award 2013. This annual award is awarded to women in Nottinghamshire who make a significant difference to their local communities.
Contact Sarah at: [email protected]
Trustee, Vice Chairman & Manager Kids Club
Emma has been with Indigo Kids since January 2009, she manages our childrens services.
Emma is currently doing her mentoring qualifications. She has an NVQ in leadership. Emma has a daughter with Autism.
I have a son with asd and adhd, I came to Indigo looking for advice and someone to talk to, some years later I then became staff. I am always looking for new fundraising ideas.
Contact: [email protected]
Events Co-ordinator & Trustee
After starting as a casual volunteer in supporting the move to our new premises Katie felt that she had so much more to give and using the wealth of her experience as a pub licensee has taken on the role of Events co-ordinator and has now organised many succesful events at Indigo.
Katie has a son who has Autistic Traits.
Trevor volunteers at all of our three kids clubs and maintains our premises and grounds, he has a daughter with Autism.
Jules Haslam - Charity Secretary
Jules brings with her a wealth of experience from the NHS where she worked for many years, she started off with Indigo as a temporary volunteer and decided to stay, for which we are eternally grateful.
Esther MacDonald - Sales
Esther helps out with sales and fundraising, she came to Indigo as a parent and decided to volunteer. She has a son with Autism.
Jane Hadley - Senior Playworker
Jane began with Indigo back in 2008 and after a break returned in 201, she has many years experience of working with children in local schools and has a wealth of knowledge regarding children with Special needs.
Claire began volunteering with us back in 2008 whilst she was still at school, as a young teenager she gained lots of experience working with our children and now works as a TA at a local school and is a level 3 childcare worker.