Centre espoir et joie ASBL

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Managing staff

Eva Guyot
Chief of staff and chief educator

Education
Bachelor in speech therapy since 2010

Professional Background

  • Speech therapist for 5 years at Centre Espoir et Joie.
  • Chief Educator of the residential centre since 6 months

Carrier Plan

  • Take care of the residents in the best way possible in respect to their personal desires, their well-being and of their personal needs.
  • Guarantee the excellence of caring services.
  • Conduct and coordinate the support team.

Areas of interest
Get training on management.
Gain knowledge on the wellbeing of the ageing disabled persons.

Isabelle Bongartz
Social worker

Education
2003 - 2006 Graduated in social work in the High School Paul Henri Spaak.
2005 - 2006 Internship within the service of support for people with mental, physical and sensory disabilities, in Bataclan ASBL

Professional Background
2006 - Present day: Social worker at Centre Espoir et Joie

Carrier Plan
Keep informing, helping and accompanying families. The problem of the ageing is a day-to-day work and needs a special attention, what allows me to widen my skills and my network.

Marie Tebaldi
Educational person in charge

Education
Master in Psychology, focus in clinical orthopedagogy at the University of Mons (BE)

Professional Background

  • Educator at the residential centre for disabled persons: “La Pommeraie”
  • Manager and animator in summer camps for children.
  • Scholar support for children with autism spectrum disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Carrier Plan

  • Get more training on team management to improve my position as Chief Educator. Help the professionals improve continuously their competences, and encourage the team to deploy these competences.
  • Sexuality and emotional life of persons with an intellectual disability, develop supports and evaluate the effects of this activity.
  • Get training on dual diagnosis and propose specific care for the persons with a dual diagnosis.