I am available any time of the week.
Enthusiastic and passionate about promoting healthy lifestyles to children and families and giving them the best start in life. With over ten years of working with children and their families in both health and education sectors. I bring a multifaceted skill set to the table through professional and voluntary experience, such as data collecting and analysing, researching, promoting public health nutrition, teaching children of early years age, managing and organising community sessions/programs, excellent IT skills, excellent interpersonal skills and working with multidisciplinary professionals. I also bring international experience and am keen to work to make a difference in children’s lives.
I worked in the NHS at Swansea Bay University Health Board as a Dietetic Support Worker in the paediatric department and with different teams, such as Dietitians in the hospital and Public Health Dietitians. I was involved in making resources and supporting the training of the school staff in delivering the “Food and Fun” project to promote Nutrition in the Early Years. Additionally, I volunteered in the Early Childhood Development Centre in my community, supporting early years children ages zero to five years and their caregivers, supporting and educating parents in various sections of development, health, Nutrition, and learning. These experiences and skills will be useful in any projects or programs promoting healthy living.
I am looking for volunteer roles that will allow me to contribute to society and utilise my skills and experience to make a difference in children’s health and development. I am particularly interested in causes related to children’s and their caregiver’s health, nutrition, development, and education. I aim to promote good, healthy habits among children and their families through projects and educational programmes. I am also interested in supporting or assisting in conducting research or data analysis.