Kerrie Highcock



Kerrie currently works as a manager for a regional autism charity, where she manages the support for families and leads the organisation's autism acceptance award. Having worked in the field of autism for 18 years, she is passionate about how we can change the narrative around autism, reduce inequalities and promote better wellbeing. 

Kerrie recently completed her Masters' at the University of Strathclyde, where her research focused on amplifying the experiences of autistic youth, and how they wanted to influence positive societal change. She is currently studying for her Education doctorate, focusing on participatory methods with autistic youth.

Kerrie has published two books; The infinite journey:recollections as a practitioner, and Freddie the feelings Frog, an emotions journal for children.

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