Emma has experience designing extra care housing amongst other private specialist housing projects. Having undertaken training in designing for people with autism through the National Autistic Society (NAS) and accessibility training with the Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE), Emma has a wide variety of experience designing for Lifetime Homes and wheelchair-accessible housing as well as designing for neurological conditions and hearing loss. Grey Bear can host community consultation events and will work with consultants, occupational therapists and service users during the design process to ensure we produce
Grey Bear believes that as designers of the built environment we have a responsibility to create more accessible and inclusive buildings and public spaces. Emma is involved with local charities to ensure we understand what works and doesn't work for people who can find access around our community difficult.
Emma is a team member for Access for All and on the committee for The Guernsey Hard of Hearing Association.