Sandy Eifion-Jones

Location: South West London
About Sandy Eifion-Jones

In 1989, former Warwickshire county swimming champion and young mum with a 3 week old baby girl, Sandy Eifion-Jones, collapsed with severe muscle fatigue. She remained bedbound for the next 10-15 years of her life, requiring round-the-clock care and twice losing her life following two cardiac arrests.
Now a widely published journalist and author, whilst running a successful company for over 12 years, she is also an award-winning inspirational speaker. Sandy is passionate in helping people to conquer adversity and confront change – in their work, social and family life.
Drawing on her own powerful experience in transforming trauma to triumph, Sandy uplifts and inspires her audience, bringing them to both tears of sadness and laughter. After listening to Sandy, they leave feeling truly motivated – and equipped with insights for achieving more in their lives, business or workforce.

About her talks

Sandy is available for delivering inspirational talks or an informal group chat from 10 minutes to 60 minutes, to suit small or large audiences, of any age.
Sandy does not require any equipment and delivers stand-alone talks.

Fee:

Basic fee:£50 for an approx 30 minute talk + 10 mins questions – the fee may be subject to change, depending on the talk.
Plus £15 standard travelling fee

it is necessary for me to drive and park at venues due to using a wheelchair – however I am used to coping with all access scenarios, including stairs and can bring added assistance if needs be.

I travel within 50 miles from my home but best to check location with me:-

Within the Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames
Within Kingston-upon-Thames
Feltham, Hounslow, Whitton
Ealing, Wembley, Harrow: most North Circular towns
Within the county of Surrey and Middlesex
West End and Central London
Most places within 10 to 20 miles

My Contact Details:
Phone:

02089794947 Mobile: 07985249964

Inspiration
Overcoming adversity.

Confidence building

Never give up

Motivation
Developing resilience

Confronting change

Overcoming challenge

Disability
Changing perceptions: Equality, isolation and change