Jig-So is run on a day-to-day basis by our team of dedicated staff
Healthier Families, Resilient Communities Coordinator
Charlotte has overall responsibility for the day to day running of the centre and is the registered contact for CIW. Charlotte runs parenting courses, leads on Lego workshops, teen kitchen workshops and improving cooking skills with parents. Charlotte has extensive experience, knowledge and skills to fulfil her role.
Transitional Development Officer
Sarah runs the Barod i'r Ysgol (School ready) project. This project helps parents and children with the transition in to school through play in a structured way so that parents and children get used to routine. The project also offers one to one support where we can work with parents in the home to support early language development through sharing activities. Sarah also runs parent courses and brings wide experience and knowledge to Jig-So.
Sensory Play Worker
Theresa comes to Jig-So with experience and skills in many areas. Theresa leads on our Baby & Me sessions, delivering baby massage. Theresa is also the lead on our sensory room sessions, Together Unique and Unique Kids sessions that cater for families of children with additional needs.
Sensory, Early Language and Development Worker
Julie has been involved with Jig-So as a parent, volunteer and a member of staff. Julie is responsible for the Home Fire Safety Checks as well as running sessions in the centre and satellite areas. Julie runs parent courses and leads Lego workshops and Early Language sessions.
Transitional Support Worker
Nia works alongside Sarah and Justine on the Barod i'r Ysgol (School Ready) project. Nia is based at Jig-So runnning groups in the South of Ceredigion and offering one-to-one support in the community. Nia also runs parent courses alongside Sarah and has wide-ranging experience and skills.
Transitional Support Worker
Justine works alongside Sarah and Nia on the Barod i'r Ysgol project. She is based at Jig-So running groups in the North of Ceredigion and offering one-to-one support in the community. Justine was also involved with Jig-So as a mum before joining the team.
Family Support Worker
Nicky has been involved with Jig-So as a parent, volunteer and a member of staff. Nicky applies a wide range of skills and experience alongside the Barod i'r Ysgol (School Ready) team and supports Theresa with the Together Unique and Unique Kids sessions.
Healthier Lifestyles and Wellbeing Worker
Hannah leads on our Wellbeing sessions, which include Swimming, Cooking and the Wellbeing hub in Llechryd. She also supports Charlotte and Julie in other Healthier Lifestyle sessions, and Theresa in the Baby and Me session.
Hannah has come to Jig-So with wide experience of working with families and a mixed age range of children.
Ann is responsible for the admin and financial management at Jig-So and works behind the scenes across all our projects. Ann analyses data and generates annual reports on our activities.