Developing essential skills so people can reach their potential – with Amy Eleftheriades

Interview podcast - Amy Eleftheriades

Amy Eleftheriades has worked with children, young people and vulnerable adults in social care, health and education for over twenty years. A qualified teacher, Amy founded and runs Alpha Inclusion and Communication, which works with neurodivergent young people and adults.

Alpha supports professionals and parents; enabling them to improve communication and education for children and young people. It also acts in the workplace, helping teams, organisations and businesses to become more accessible for their clients and workforce.

Why and how did Amy get into this field? What made her set up Alpha Inclusion and Communication in 2012? And how can Lego support communication skills and language development? Amy explains.

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What next?

  • Alpha Inclusion and Communication www.alphaic.co.uk
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