East Anglia: Jay & Navdeep

Jay: As a Reach parent, I’ve experienced firsthand the vital role of support groups in providing empathy, guidance, and a sense of belonging during challenging times.

When my daughter was born with a limb difference in 2014, Reach offered us crucial support and camaraderie. I’ve served as a Branch Coordinator since 2020, dedicated to paying forward the invaluable support I’ve received by helping new families in confidently navigating the early years and nurturing children’s confidence and resilience.

Navdeep: I became joint coordinator for East Anglia in 2022 having moved to Norwich with my husband Abbas, daughter Leila and our Reach son Arjan, who is now 6 years old. Reach has had a huge impact in supporting us so being able to give something back by volunteering is highly rewarding.