The Tizard Centre

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    Becky Hardiman
    Becky is pursuing her PhD (part-time) at the Tizard Centre as well as working as CEO of the Fragile X Society. Rebecca obtained her first-class BSc degree in Psychology at the University of Birmingham in June 2012 and was the Psychology department's nominee for the Vice Chancellor's Prize. During her study Rebecca completed a summer studentship at the Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, University of Birmingham, as well as working as an Applied Behaviour Anaylst and volunteering at Special Education Schools.Becky is also a part-time CEO of the Fragile X Society; the charity which provides information and practical guidance to support and empower individuals and families living with fragile X in the UK.
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    Sarah Hedley Dray
    Sarah is a PhD student in Applied Psychology at the Tizard Centre. She uses the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis to reduce problematic behaviour and develop pupil skills. Her research focuses on the use of Activity Schedules to develop independent play skills in pupils diagnosed with autism and severe learning disabilities.
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    Rachel Harrison
    Rachel is a Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader at the University of Winchester. Rachel programme leads the BSc Health, Community and Social Care Studies and is currently involved in the creation of new programmes at degree and postgraduate level. She has a background in working with and for a range of young people and adults including disabled people and those who have intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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    Melina Malli
    Melina is working as a Research Assistant investigating the impact austerity has had on services for those with intellectual disabilities and pursuing her PhD in Applied Psychology at the Tizard Centre.

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Last Updated: 14/07/2015