Amy Eleftheriades: Alpha Inclusion

Alpha Inclusion provides a flexible service to meet the inclusion needs of families, schools and services.

We all have potential and we are all different. For children with special educational needs, or simply a different way of doing things, life can appear challenging. These challenges can be overcome.

With a solution-focused approach and a belief that all children and adults should be given a chance to reach their potential, Alpha Inclusion works with the person, their support and the environment.

[child’s name]’s acceptance of this type of activity is very dependent on the group leadership – these were excellent.

Parent of a young person attending Alpha Inclusion Holiday Sessions

Thank you so much for your session. Feedback has been extremely positive, with pupils saying that they understand so much now. The Year 10 boys were very impressed too! There was a lovely atmosphere in the room and a great choice of activities, which really made them think.

Feedback from Assistant Head of a High School following an interactive workshop about ASD, for all pupils

Amy Eleftheriades is a qualified teacher, a member of the British Psychological Society and has spent over fifteen years working in health, social care and educational settings; both in this country and through charity work abroad.

Following work in a therapeutic setting, as a SENCo in a mainstream school and most recently as an Advisory Teacher for Suffolk County Council, Amy’s passion has grown. A passion for improving social, emotional and educational outcomes for individuals and a commitment to working with the adults who support them, to find solutions to challenges.

For more information on Alpha Inclusion and some of the projects we have run for individuals and services, call Amy on 07932 017743 or visit the website: