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Meet Courtney East - support worker at Peartree Jubilee House

Courtney East is a support worker at Peartree Jubilee house. After finishing her degree in Philosophy and Religion, Courtney did a stint in a residential home for a while but wanted to work with children/young people, so applied to Jubilee House where she has now been for eight months.

Providing physical and emotional support for young people that stay at Jubilee, getting involved with physical activities, cooking, cleaning, helping with medical needs and simply anything that helps the young people to smile, sing and achieve their goals are some of the things Courtney enjoys most.

“It is so rewarding to see and to know that this has given them the encouragement to continue growing in different ways” said Courtney.

Read here for her full story and how Jubilee House is coping through COVID restrictions.

Join Sarah Masters and Sue Upcott, (Playskill Paediatric Physiotherapists) on 7 July at 8pm

Sarah will be talking via Zoom,  on the hyper mobile child – how hyper mobility can affect children and management strategies to help overcome some of the challenges.


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