How can we integrate neurodevelopmental assessment across education, health and social care? Amanda LeComber
This Lecture was part of our conference on Assessment and diagnosis in children with neurodevelopmental problems (October 2019).
Amanda has over 17 years experience as a qualified teacher. She was a class teacher in a large primary school in South London, before becoming the Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator. She then worked for Worcestershire Learning and Behaviour Support Team as an Outreach Behaviour Support Teacher. In 2007, Amanda moved to Kent and worked as a Specialist Teacher for the Specialist Teaching and Learning Service. She currently works in Hampshire on a school based Wellbeing and Mental Health project. Amanda has extensive experience of working in schools and supporting staff to identify needs and barriers to learning. She has a particular interest in ADHD, having been diagnosed with ADHD as an adult.