Our specialist team of clinical and community psychologists, occupational therapists and speech and language therapists work together with artists, musicians, educators, outdoor workers, social enterprise builders and the wider community to find dynamic solutions to unique problems.
We believe passionately that giving people specialist support early, in a non-medical environment, in a way that works for them will achieve much better, more sustainable outcomes – especially if it’s fused with the other parts of their life. We find that responding to people in a human way, believing in their innate abilities and skills, and taking positive risks that allow them to be people rather than just their labels is transformational.
We know that whole is more than the sum of its parts - and that applies to people, communities, education, health and social care. When we are connected, and have the right support in the right place at the right time, we can find purpose and energy for action to enrich not only our own lives, but those of others too.
We have a small and dedicated multi-disciplinary team of clinical psychologists, assistant psychologists, occupational therapists and speech and language therapists who are passionate about working for Hannahs. We pride ourselves on offering a thorough, efficient, open and individualised service in a non-clinical environment. Together we have experienced the amazing difference working in this way makes for people who have struggled to access or engage with mainstream settings in the past and enjoy helping people to feel connected, engaged and supported.