JMT Care Services Staff


Donna Carvill

JMT Services Manager

Donna Carvill has worked in social work since 1989. Initially as a befriender and home support worker before moving to a child care team.

Caroline Anderson

JMT Social Worker

Caroline’s career began in the health sector, working as a Registered Mental Nurse in West Lothian’s Department of Child & Family Psychiatry from 1989.

Alex Jack

JMT Social Worker

Alex has worked in Children and Families for South Ayrshire (2004-2008) moving to JMT Fostering in 2008 working with carers in the West.

Abby Brown

JMT Social Worker

Abby has worked for the local authority as a children & families social worker in the duty, practice and family placement teams before joining JMT in 2011.

Claire McClafferty

Depute Manager

Claire qualified as a social worker in 1988 and has experience of working in both the voluntary and statutory sectors.

Liz Dingwall


Before joining JMT Fostering I worked for Christian Salvesen initially as PA to MD for 8 years, moving to the post of Manager of the Finance Team for 4 years.

Geoff Corbishley

Depute Service Manager

Geoff has worked in a variety of social care environments over the last thirty years, initially working with disabled people.

Jill Cairney

JMT In-Touch Worker

Jill supports past and current Moore House and JMT Fostering young people to promote their independent journeys.

Scott Porteus

JMT In-Touch Worker

Scott’s role across the school is also designed to build relationships between the young people and the In Touch team.

Stephen Drysdale

Therapeutic Services Manager

Stephen is responsible for psychological assessment, intervention, consultation and training across The Dynamic Partnership services.

Stephanie McQuillan

Therapeutic Services Worker

Stephanie McQuillan is a psychology graduate with a background in education and social care prior to joining Moore House.

Adam McDiarmid

Therapeutic Services Worker

Adam graduated with an Honours degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Stirling in 2013 followed by the MSc in Child Development.

About Us

Our foster carers believe that offering a permanent foster placement to a young person is a great way to help that young person feel part of their fostering family. The young person may have lived there since they were in primary school and now they are planning to move into the world of work or training or further/higher education. Our carers offer a continuing care placement to young people who have grown up in their homes and who are not ready to leave.


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