My name is Sarah Clayton and I am a married mum with four wonderful children. I grew up in a house in which Postural Care and protection of body shape dominated many things, the working day for both my parents, conversations around the dinner table and I’m pretty sure I was the only person in school whose friends had all had their body symmetry measured. I began working with families supporting children who use Postural Care in the late 1990s and I have been addicted ever since. At that time the concepts ofcoproduction, positive deviance and outcome focussed service provision, which I am passionate about, simply did not feature.
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