Stephanie Robinson PhD., MA., BA (Hons)., Dip.TPWLD.
Stephanie has worked extensively with people on the autism spectrum over many years in both the statutory and voluntary sectors. After an early career supporting students in further education Stephanie worked for the National Autistic Society as an Adult Service Manager, where she led a service of further education and residential provision. Subsequently she became a Staff Training Manager, in which role she worked on the development and implementation of a specialist programme of training for those supporting children and adults on the autism spectrum (NAS-SPELL).
Most recently she was a lecturer in Learning and Teaching at Brunel University where she continued to develop her interest in learning development, and in enhancing understanding of the ways in which individuals with autism learn and make sense of the world in which we all live. She has been an associate editor for the Good Autism Practice Journal and for the Journal of Further and Higher Education, and a trustee for organsiations providing support for children and adults on the autism spectrum.