Early Years Programmes
2+2 degree programmes
024 7652 2160
Room WCE0.14, Centre for Lifelong Learning, Westwood Campus
Emma is a Teaching Fellow on the Early Years programme and 2+2 degree programme at the Centre for Lifelong Learning. Emma has a background in education and psychology, initially completing her degree in Early Childhood Studies at Warwick, then a Masters degree in Psychology of Education at the University of Manchester. Since then Emma has worked in local authority services and schools supporting children and young people with complex disabilities and behaviour needs. Emma has also worked as a university researcher working on national and international education projects and continues to work on projects exploring disabled young people’s rights and voices.
Emma is currently completing her PhD in Education and Psychology at the University of Warwick which focuses on the psychological experiences and wellbeing of families of children with intellectual disabilities. Her doctoral research has involved designing and conducting a large-scale quantitative study of parents of children with intellectual disabilities in the UK.
Langley, E., Totsika, V., & Hastings, R. P. (2017). Parental Relationship Satisfaction in Families of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): A Multilevel analysis. Autism Research, 10, 7, 1259-1268