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Our One Stop Shop Team

Our experienced and friendly One Stop Shop team provide a confidential service that offers a range of support, advice, groups and workshops.

We are keen to keen to hear from you with any enquiries or questions that you may have.

Meet the Team

Gaynor Caldwell - Community Advisor

Gaynor joined the team at the One Stop Shop in October as a Community Advisor.  Gaynor has an autistic son who is 26 and has worked for a number of autism charities and organisations, where she has provided support, information and training. 

Gaynor moved to Scotland in February 2023 and is looking forward to exploring more of this beautiful country. 

Jackie Cassels - Community Advisor

Jackie joined Scottish Autism in 2020 as a Community Advisor after spending many years working in education. Since August 2022, Jackie has been a senior Community Advisor based at the One Stop Shop specifically supporting the wellbeing of autistic adults and the parents and carers of autistic children and adults. She thoroughly enjoys chatting with autistic adults and families across Fife.  

When Jackie is not working she likes to spend time outdoors walking her dog and playing golf. Jackie also lenjoys doing quizzes and number puzzles.  

Ross Parker - Community Advisor

Ross has been a Community Advisor at Scottish Autism since October 2021 and recently joined the One Stop Shop in July 2023. Previous to this, Ross had 10 years of experience as a Support Worker. Ross was diagnosed as autistic at the age of 19 and has a Master’s Degree in Autism Studies and an Undergraduate Degree in Social Sciences.

In his current role, Ross works at the Fife One Stop Shop. Alongside providing support to families of autistic young people through the Flourish programme, Ross also leads the Autistic Adult Peer Support Network in Fife. Providing both online and in-person support to autistic individuals, parents and carers. He also provides training to businesses and professionals via Scottish Autism’s external training programme.

Ross’s key interests are in helping autistic adults navigate their place within the autistic community and using his own experiences to develop and provide training.

Gemma Czyzewski – Community Advisor

I joined the Fife One Stop Shop in Spring 2022.
Since studying for a psychology degree, I have worked within a range of roles supporting autistic and/or people with learning disabilities, as well as families. Most recently, I was a development worker supporting Citizen Advocacy partnerships. 

I am passionate about ensuring that autistic people have a voice within their lives, as well as supporting people to become better connected within their local communities. 

I enjoying walking in the countryside, paddleboarding and yoga.



What You Said about the Fife One Stop Shop:

"The service I received today gave me a better chance of coming away with a better energy and perspective."

“I was diagnosed later in life and after my assessment was completed I was signposted towards the one stop shop. From the minute my initial phone call began it was clear I would be provided with hope in that I would have access to an abundance of appropriate and informative resources through groups and one to one sessions. This has allowed me to begin the process of understanding ASD has impacted upon my life this far and how new and improved knowledge and understanding can help me shape my future."