Multidisciplinary Team – MDT at Ryde House Group
At the Ryde House Group, our Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) is composed of dedicated health and social care professionals who bring their unique expertise together to deliver exceptional care and support for individuals facing complex challenges. Our comprehensive approach is designed to address the diverse needs of each person in our care, providing tailored solutions for optimal outcomes.
Our MDT offers numerous advantages, such as improved health and lifestyle results for those under our care. By combining the knowledge and experience of specialists from various fields, we are able to create and implement the most effective strategies to promote physical, emotional, and mental well-being. This all-encompassing approach allows individuals to experience a higher quality of life and overall enhanced well-being.
Furthermore, our MDT emphasises a coordinated approach to problem-solving. Through regular meetings and open lines of communication, our team members collaborate to discuss challenges, exchange insights, and devise innovative solutions that cater to the intricate needs of those we serve. This spirit of cooperation guarantees that our care is not only holistic but also adaptable to the evolving needs of each individual.
In summary, the Ryde House Group's Multidisciplinary Team is committed to providing a well-rounded approach to care and support for individuals with complex needs. By integrating the expertise of professionals across various disciplines, our MDT ensures better health and lifestyle outcomes, increased well-being, and a harmonised approach to tackling challenges in the care journey. Discover how our MDT can make a difference for you or your loved ones by contacting us today.
Kate is a dedicated, passionate and qualified general nurse, nurse ambassador for the Royal College of Nursing and achieved a nurse consultant role in 2015. Her experience includes working in Accident and Emergency, with vulnerable adults in the prison system, elderly dementia residents in residential home settings, adult and child psychology (within early years settings, schools and the youth offending team) and as one of the leads for the ‘Targeted Mental Health in Schools’ project on the Island. Kate worked as a consultant nurse for the Autism Diagnostic Research Centre and as the clinical lead for the under 25’s at the Mountbatten Hospice.
Being up to date with current legislation and the implementation of this into excellent working practices, Kate delivers training relating to infant, child, adolescent and adult mental health, nurture training around mental health and emotional wellbeing, and holds a special interest in children and adults who have experienced emotional trauma.
Siobhan is a positive, innovative and passionate chartered Educational Psychologist. She has worked as an Educational Psychologist within five Local Education Authorities and latterly for the past 15 years as a Director of Bridges for Learning Educational Psychology service leading a team of Educational Psychologists and a multi-disciplinary Autism Diagnosis service.
Areas of expertise include children with severe and complex needs, profound and multiple learning difficulties and Autism Spectrum Condition, psychological assessments of children of all ages, neuro-developmental assessments of children including Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC), Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Executive Functioning, Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties and Social Emotional Mental Health assessments of children.