Dr Caroline Mills is a lecturer in Occupational Therapy at the School of Science and Health, Western Sydney University. Caroline graduated from The University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) in 2003. Caroline has 13 years of clinical experience working with children and families in schools, family homes and other community settings in Australia and The UK. In 2008, Caroline was selected as an Australian Youth Ambassador for Development (AYAD) and relocated to China to serve as the first occupational therapist at The Shenzhen Autism Society. Caroline returned from China in 2009 to work as a school occupational therapist and positive behaviour support clinician for Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect). Caroline holds a Master of Applied Linguistics from Macquarie University and is completing her PhD at The University of Sydney in school based sensory processing intervention for children with autism. In 2013, Caroline was awarded The Aspect Elizabeth Hoyles Fellowship for her research and in 2016, Caroline was appointed an Aspect Practice Specialist in recognition of her experience and leadership in sensory processing practice and research.