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
Charlie Marr - Manager
I am committed to supporting individuals and want to work to support autistic individuals by facilitating opportunities that match up with what people feel they need and want.
I previously enjoyed working on Scottish Autism’s national Advice Line. I have been a member of the One Stop Shop team since summer 2021.
My previous experience includes working with autistic individuals, families and professionals within an education setting. I have supported adults and families as a volunteer within the third sector also.
Kirsti Willis – Senior Advisor
Hello, I am Kirsti Willis and I’m a Senior Community Advisor.
I come from Finland (although I am also half Greek), and have been in Scotland since 2004.
I’m a qualified Art Psychotherapist, but my background also encompasses working with families in an education setting, autism support work, as well as experience in various roles in the business world.
I have an autistic son and am particularly passionate about supporting families with young carers, as well as helping to maintain good relationships.
My hobbies are music, perfumes, crochet, and collecting sea glass.
Caroline Schofield – Advisor
I’m passionate about supporting individuals, families and professionals.
I have particular interest in communication and the impact of sleep on individuals and families.
My experience includes Diploma in Autism from Birmingham University, Certificate in Counselling Skill in counselling from Strathclyde University and a trained sleep counsellor.
I have worked at Scottish autism for some time and this has allowed a good broad understanding of needs of individuals, families and professionals.
"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."