OFFICE TEAM

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Ally

I joined TIME in July 2016 as the Service Manager. People ask me “What do I enjoy about my job?” and although cliché,  I always say “Everything!” Every day is different, I get to meet/talk to/support lots of awesome staff and lots of fabulous families while trying to give the best service possible. My role changed to Improvement Projects Manager in February 2024 and I am looking forward to the challenges it may bring, knowing the outcome will be worth it. In my spare time, I enjoy hiking in the Peak & Lake District, and am also lucky enough to go to Switzerland, where the higher mountains challenge me!

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Jack

Hi, I’m Jack and I am the Recruitment Co-ordinator at Time Specialist Support. I have around 2 years of experience in recruitment, and I want to use what I know and the skills I have acquired to make the team of support workers at Time even stronger! In my spare time, I enjoy going out and socialising with friends.

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Richard

Hi, I’ve been working for TSS for over 10 years now!! I started as a support worker while also working as a teaching assistant in a secondary school. Over the last couple of years, I have moved to working in the office full-time. When I am not working I love hiking, reading and playing board games.

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Sophie

I joined TSS in April 2015, originally as a support worker in my final year of university. Since then I have worked in various roles within the office from Supervisor, to Assistant Manager and now Service Manager. I love working for TSS and getting to support our brilliant families and staff team. In my spare time, you’ll find me with my ‘shadow’ Blossom the Cocker Spaniel, I love exploring the outdoors and spending time with friends and family.

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Sophie T

Hi, I’m Sophie T and I’m the Service Supervisor. I absolutely love working at Time, having started as a support worker whilst I was at university. Building relationships with the people I was supporting, as well as their families, was the best part of the job, and as Service Supervisor I can continue supporting families from behind the scenes, as well as our amazing staff! In my spare time, I love going on hikes, cooking good food and being creative!

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SUPPORT WORKERS

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Rachael L

Hi, my name is Rachael and I am currently studying a PGCE in primary teaching. I have worked for time for just under two-years now, and I love how rewarding this job is. I have returned after a short hiatus, and I am looking forward to working with some new and some familiar service users again. My favourite thing about this role is building relationships and seeing the joy and happiness from service users on sessions. In my spare time, I enjoy going to the gym, cooking and shopping, I love the Trafford centre as there’s so many different shops!

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Rebecca R H

Hi, my name is Becky and I am a third-year Sociology and Social Anthropology student at the University of Manchester. Supporting autistic young people is an incredibly rewarding and enjoyable job, I love seeing the positive difference the support we provide makes to young people and their families. In my free time, I enjoy going for walks, listening to music, gardening, cooking, and spending time with friends and family.

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Rosie P

Hello, My name is Rosie. I am currently in my second year at The University of Manchester studying Psychology, aspiring to become a clinical psychologist. I have joined TIME because I have an innate desire to help others. During my first year of study, I undertook a module called ‘Brain and behavior, where I learnt in detail about specific developmental disorders such as ASD and Aspergers syndrome. This has given me critical insight into caring for people with specific vulnerabilities. I have also worked with patients as part of a wellbeing project at Southmead Hospital with the goal of reducing loneliness and sleeplessness. I am a very creative and social person, who loves to sing and paint in my spare time. I am looking forward to sharing experiences with service users, and supporting their needs, as I feel that it will be very rewarding.

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Saffron W

Hi, my name is Saffron and I am a 2nd year psychology student at the University of Manchester, and I specifically enjoy developmental psychology and working with children. I am really excited for the opportunities that working for TSS will bring, and I am looking forward to meeting and supporting the service users.

Alongside university, I volunteer at a school where I mentor children to help them build their confidence. In my free time, I enjoy going to the gym, watching Netflix and chilling with my friends.

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Safiya A

Hi, my name is Safiya and I’m studying psychology at the University of Manchester. I started working with Time as part of my work placement initially in 2022. I thoroughly enjoy working with children and learning new skills. In my spare time, I enjoy reading and working out, as well as watching sports. I am very passionate about caring for others and learning more about autism.

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Sam S

Hi, my name is Sam. I am a student at the University of Manchester, where I study speech and language therapy. I enjoy my course and I am passionate about helping people communicate with their friends, family, and anyone they may come across. In my spare time, I love playing the drums, going to the gym and spending time with my friends- playing games and going to new places with them. I decided to work here at Time as I am also passionate about helping others to enjoy their day-to-day life, and hopefully I can make a positive impact in their life.

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Sean M

I started working for Time way back in 2013. I have a BA in Leisure Management and an H.N.D in Sports Development and Coaching. Alongside working for TIME I am also a TA in a school.

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Sharon A

Hi, I’m Sharon. I just graduated from the University of Salford with a Masters in International Business. At university, I mentored students and this made me want to help and support young people. I am looking forward to working with TSS and gaining relevant experience and skills on how to support and help autistic people. I love the colour blue and I enjoy watching movies, live music and dancing (though I have 2 left feet).

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