Jayne has a strong commitment to safeguarding and child protection and in her role as Service Manager at Beacon House she is the safeguarding lead and designated child protection officer for the organisation.
Jayne works with families in an open and honest manner and believes in a holistic and multi-agency shared approach to supporting children and their family network to build resilience and address identified difficulties. Jayne believes that the starting point for change is the premise that parents and carers want good outcomes for their children, know their children best and have resources and capacity to address issues if they are given timely support to reflect on how things might be different, what this would look like and what might achieve these aims.
In her role as Service Manager at Beacon House, Jayne works closely with the Clinical Director, Dr Lyons, to coordinate new referrals; oversee and bring together the day to day running of the Beacon House service; coordinate and contribute to the duty cover in respect of urgent enquires and complaints; liaise with members of child networks as a central representative of Beacon House; oversee the running of the Beacon House office; administrative team and premises and support the Beacon House staff team to maintain its provision of high quality and responsive attachment and trauma based interventions.
Jayne is responsible for and passionate about providing a nurturing environment for the users of Beacon House services. With this in mind she aims to maintain premises, facilities and a team response that is always pleasant and welcoming.
Jayne is a social worker registered with the Health Care and Professions Council number – SW79245 and a member of the British Association of Social Workers.