Chair of The Health, Safety & Premises Committee
Paul Worked for Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Youth Service as a Leader for over 20 years and during that period he developed an interest in Autism and was fortunate enough to be offered a position with a local Autism Charity (NORSACA) as an Assistant Tutor. During this time Paul worked in all aspects of care and support including both residential and outreach support.
In 2001 Paul moved to Spain to set up a service offering respite care but had to return to the UK due to health reasons. Upon his return Paul got involved with the National Autistic Society and served as a Trustee and National councillor, being involved in numerous campaigns. Paul also developed an eight-bed autism specific residential home, which was opened in 2006 and continues to be successfully providing consistent residential support for people and young adults with Autism.
Paul is committed to the role of Trustee and works alongside the Board and College Leaders to ensure Landmarks provides high-quality education, care, and support in a safe and successful environment.