Hannah is the Researcher for PAMIS.
Her education was in psychology, with a focus on parent-child interaction. She is involved in a number of projects that aim to enhance quality of life in people with profound learning disabilities. Her role within PAMIS has involved research, teaching/training and digital developments. Hannah also acts as Welfare Guardian for her brother.
Her PhD thesis is entitled, "Embodied and Relational Experiences of Loss in People with Profound Learning Disabilities: Reaching Beyond Cognitivism". She is now applying for Chartered Psychologist status with the British Psychological Society.