Meet our staff

All our staff are experienced and well qualified, having worked with people with learning difficulties and/or disabilities for many years.

Helen Hurdman leads an experienced team of nine staff, supported a trained bank of volunteers. Every member of staff has been involved with teaching young adults with learning difficulties/ disabilities.  Everyone has a first aid certificate.

“The staff at Working World all are lovely. They are all really helpful; I have no worries about the staff there. Whenever I go to a function or for another reason they are all very pleasant.”
Suzanne  Mattocks, May 2015

Meet Kath

Kath staff photoHi, my name is Kath and I'm 58 years old. I’ve been at Working World since it started, volunteering in the first year and then becoming a member of the staff here. I’ve worked as a Teaching Assistant with special needs young adults (16+) in a learning environment at our local college since 2001. Previously I worked as a nursing assistant at Evesham Community Hospital for over 13 years.

I have done different bits of voluntary work over the years. I helped at Avonvale Playgroup for about 6 years working with special need toddlers. I also helped at the local Gateway Club in Evesham, which is a club for adults with special needs.

I am married with 2 grown up children and 3 grandchildren. I enjoy working with people of all ages. I enjoy reading, cooking being with my family.

"Working World is like a family to me."


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