Inclusive Choice's director is Geraldine Hills.
Geraldine has over 15 years' experience working alongside cooperate and the educational sector helping them meet their statuary duties as laid down by the Equality Act 2010. She holds a BA in Learning Disability Studies from the Victoria University of Manchester. She is a guest lecturer within the education department.
Geraldine has experience of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal (SENDIST) process, as a parent who successfully won a landmark tribunal for her child with disabilities. She is a published author has written books for schools and she has also written a free book especially for parents of SEN children.
Geraldine has designed many training course the latest being “Emotional Resilience” and “Getting Your Message Across” As the parent of a young person with disabilities Geraldine knows only too well the important of emotional resilience in families and work life and that is why she has written her latest book Second Chance Day
She gives keynote speeches on various subjects such as starting a small company, emotional resilience and what keeps her motivated.
Geraldine has recently made some radio interviews: