Yetunde Esan

I am seen as someone who is positive, enthusiastic, energetic, confident and always optimistic (and a bit of a workaholic!).

I’m passionate about developing person centred approaches for the people I work with. I came into the learning disability sector because I wanted to make a difference in people’s lives. I have many years’ experience, joining the Health and Social Care sector 11 years ago. I take an active part in my community, including voluntary work which currently involves being a Parish Safeguarding officer at my local church. I have also been a Parent Governor for a School for six years and was invited to meet with Earl of Sussex in 2012.

I enjoy managing teams to deliver improvements in services that make a difference in people’s lives. I do this by working alongside and consulting with the people we support and those who are significant in their lives.

I am keen in the personal development of my staff and perform the role of a coach and mentor. I have been running a Maintaining Professional Boundaries workshop for the past 4 years and have delivered this training to staff from the Health and Social Care Field across London and Essex.

With my team, I aim to deliver the very best in Mental Health and Disability support in our community.