In 2022–23, I researched, structured, wrote and optimised content for all pages covering
a comprehensive range of topics in the Information About Epilepsy, Parents and Carers, Guide for Schools, Health Services and Research sections of the Young Epilepsy website for its 2023 rebrand and relaunch. Where needed, I also reviewed and updated content according to current NICE guidelines. I also produced content for all pages for the Choosing St Piers, Student Wellbeing
and Curriculum sections of the related St Piers School & College website.
Additionally, I edited, from AI-generated transcripts, five blogs by young people, aged 10 to early 20s, for Young Epilepsy's Understand My Epilepsy campaign.
In 2021–22, I researched, structured, wrote, referenced and optimised content for multiple
pages for the Communicating, Safeguarding, Conditions and Disabilities, SEND Support,
Life Stages, Sports and Physical Activities, and Benefits and Money sections of the
Sense website for its 2022 relaunch.
Ambitious about Autism's Right from the Start guide to autism in the early years for parents, and its prospectus for the Rise School: detailed line editing of all content, including substantial rewriting where needed, and proofing/marking up final layouts.
Three of 36 Action on Hearing Loss factsheets I worked on in 2017: researching, editing, liaising with numerous contributors, rewriting and proofreading content. Healthcare factsheets in the range were produced to meet The Information Standard.
Action on Hearing Loss blog and, with a focus on SEO and metadata, two benefit-led, consumer-facing product copy samples from more than 50 I wrote in 2018. Right: One edition of 12 light and snappy online retail newsletters I wrote in 2014.