As a Consultant Learning Disability Nurse, with over 30 years experience, Sue has worked in a range of clinical, education and governance roles and is passionate about ensuring those services are of a high quality and deliver equal and equitable services for people with a learning disabilities and autism. Experienced in learning disability national agendas such as STOMP, LeDeR, Green Light Toolkit and Transforming Care, Sue has led on impacting system wide quality improvements.
Sue’s values are embedded in her professional approach and will play a big part in delivering Inspired Purposes values with the public sector transformation and system collaboration work programmes. She is an experienced facilitator in delivering cultural change by developing workforce capability through quality improvement within NHS Providers and with Health Education England. Empowering young nurses to embed strength based and equality focused practices within their nursing career, inclusive of working in areas that are underrepresented including with people that have a learning disability.
Sue is nationally recognised for her person centred and strength based preventative approach to ensure the best outcomes for people and communities, receiving international recognition by the Learning Disability and Autism Care Awards in 2018 as the best learning disability nurse in England.