Working in the Health and Social care sector since 1994, Martin has led iMap since 2009. Through him, iMap have helped to fund and build a village school in Burkina Faso, Africa. The school now educates and feeds some 150+ children. Recently funding the sinking of a well which supplies fresh clean water to the village and school.
With over 20 years of industry experience encompassing many roles from prison psychologist to trauma and forensic services, Beth was well-placed to move into the children's services sector. Following a successful five-month period as a consultant, where she shared her expertise in clinical services and operations, Beth assumed the position of CEO in June 2023, and continues to head up our Children's Services.
Chief Executive Officer
In 2003 Anthony joined the organisation as a support worker. Since then his career has progressed significantly, having worked at all levels within the Management team. With a BSc in Behaviour, Planning and Intervention and over 20 years experience of working within Autism services, Anthony’s knowledge, understanding and professional integrity serve him well as iMaps Clinical Director.
Having worked in the health and social care sector since 2009, Dom joined iMap in 2017 as a Registered Manager within our supported living services. Since, Dominic has become our Referrals and Community Outreach Manager. Dom is responsible for assisting local authorities nationwide with individuals which require support. He also inspires young people to become more independent through interacting with community activities.
Referrals and Community Outreach Manager
Joining iMap in 2020 after graduated from Liverpool Hope University with a degree in Special Educational Needs & Education, Natasha is now the Senior Support Worker for 33 Beeston Drive. Drive to give people we support a life that makes sense, she works closely with the team to develop and support an outcome-based approach which is values led.
Adults Senior Support Worker
Sarah joined iMap in the summer of 2021, but has been working in Health and Social Care since 2006. She has worked in supported living, community support, day services, social enterprises, and mental health services and is very proud to be trained as a mental health first aider. In her spare time, as well as setting up the Rainhill United Girls football team, she is also a qualified football coach.
Assistant Manager for Childrens
Having previously worked with homelessness and Autism, Hayley joined the Positive Behavioural Support team at iMap in October 2020. With a degree in LLB Law with Criminology, Hayley’s enthusiasm, professionals and dedication saw her achieve a Positive Behaviour Senior Support Worker post the following year.
Senior Support Worker
Kyle came into social care when he joined the organisations Children’s Home as a Support worker in 2006, having previously worked in the manufacturing Industry. Moving successfully up to a Senior Support Worker in adult services in 2011, he is now part of the Fern House team working as a Positive Behaviour Senior Support Worker for children with complex needs.
Senior Support Worker