Emma is one of the directors of Autism Wellbeing CIC, a non-profit organisation working alongside people to change the way autism is perceived.
Her current PhD research explores perceptions of autism within community mental health services.
Emma’s professional career spans over 25 years within the field of social care, starting out as a support worker before qualifying as a registered service manager and then specialising as a business development executive.
Emma is published in the BILD Good Autism Practice journal and is one of the co-authors of AutismWellbeing’s groundbreaking “Sensory Trauma: autism, sensory difference and the daily experience of fear”.
Emma shares her lifelong passion for the natural world in her blog Off Down The Rabbit Hole and as a regular nature columnist in her local newspaper. Emma also plays the clarinet and rides a motorcycle – but not at the same time!
I am an occasional contributor to http://www.NeuroClastic.com
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