Chief Executive Officer
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Hello my name is Judy and I manage advocacy, brokerage and all the one-to-one case work here at Trafford CIL. I support my team in their work with disabled people needing our services. I am the independent care act advocate for vulnerable disabled adults in Trafford, who do not have family to speak for them, and make phone calls, send emails and attend meetings on their behalf.
ICAS Advocate / Support Broker
Hello, my name is Michael and I have been with Trafford CIL since 2013, I have two job roles here and they are:
Independent complaints advocate – to advocate for people who live in Trafford that have a complaint against an NHS service; GP, hospital, dentist, physiotherapy, and mental health services. Support includes letter writing , arranging resolution meetings, acting on instruction from client.
Support Broker - Supporting disabled people in Trafford to access support and care for their needs via personal budgets form the council and NHS, or through self-financing. We support clients access care, equipment, we support plan, add costing, support at assessments, review care and support annually.
Support Broker / Finance & MAPS Officer
Hello my name is Sally and I have been part of the team at Trafford CIL since July 2015, I have dual roles mainly as a Support Broker assisting disabled people who have been given a Personal Budget either from the Local Authority or health Budget from the CCG, to source and cost the services they choose and put a support plan together. My second role is being the Finance & Maps officer which involves overseeing all the Income & Expenditure for the Organization is recorded correctly in our Sage Accounting system. This includes the processing of our in-house Managed accounts & Payroll MAPS services.
In my spare time I enjoy time with my family, attending Football matches, the Theatre and Music concerts.
Hello, my name is Batir and I am the information officer for Trafford CIL. My job role is to provide quality and accessible information to service users, look after all internal and external communications including our website and social media, work alongside my colleagues on all the different services that we offer and to lead on promoting and marketing Trafford CIL.
My name is Clare and I am one of the Life Coaches here at Trafford CIL. Life coaching is all about helping someone to turn their DESIRE into a GOAL, identify OBSTACLES in their life and RESOURCES that will help them get to their goal, and making an ACTION PLAN to achieve it. A DESIRE is something you want and hope will happen to you, but a GOAL is more definite: it is something you plan and make effort to achieve for yourself.
My name is Ian and I am one of the Life Coaches here at Trafford CIL. Life coaching is all about helping someone to turn their DESIRE into a GOAL, identify OBSTACLES in their life and RESOURCES that will help them get to their goal, and making an ACTION PLAN to achieve it. A DESIRE is something you want and hope will happen to you, but a GOAL is more definite: it is something you plan and make effort to achieve for yourself.
Deaf Support Broker
I am a local disabled person and I got involved with Trafford CIL in its early days, becoming a board member for the steering group that set the organisation up. I am fully committed to the twin aims of the organisation to be a user led service and to support all people who experience barriers to inclusion to live independently in the community. I am currently the Trafford Deaf Support Broker. I work with deaf individuals to obtain access to services that exist for people in Trafford. I also support local grass roots organisations of deaf people. I have helped Trafford Hard of Hearing Group fund raise for lip reading classes and recruit a volunteer. I have helped Trafford Blind and Deaf Social Group to develop a strategy to recruit new members. I am an accredited Access Consultant and I have campaigned to remove access barriers.
Transitions Project Co-ordinator
TDAN Project Co-ordinator
I joined Trafford CIL in September 2014 as the TDAN Project Coordinator – a community role encouraging Trafford residents to access health and wellbeing activities. The role has allowed me to bring together previously learned skills from the 12 years’ experience I have of working with people with disabilities, along with an understanding of the local community having been brought up in the Trafford area. I really love the work I do and am truly inspired by the people I have the honour to meet every day.
In my spare time, I like to potter around my allotment or get together with friends. I also love to swim and snowboard and am a member of our local WI.
Hello, my name is Janet and I am one of two part time receptions at Trafford CIL. I have worked for a charity before and find it to be a rewarding experience. As well as meeting and greeting visitors to the centre I often take referrals for different services we provide as well as send out information to individuals and organisations who want to find out more about the services we offer.