Carly Jayne Jones MBE FRSA
An invisible disability such as Autism needs a careful pair of hands, Carly’s user lead advocacy work through lived experiences is exceptional. She is a regular speaker and is often the media’s go to person for comments. She sits on numerous and diverse advisory boards from government to charities, and has a keen eye for drawing up and editing policy and guidelines. Carly has pioneered the use of technology with out of the box thinking to create the UK’s first Autistic specific safeguarding course for children out of education, she also has a self-funding and creating “Visual Pain Images “ App available on Apple and Android phones, this will help non-verbal patients communicate their pain to medical professionals. Her advocacy duties are balanced with her caring roles and her volunteer work for Autistic teens and training her Daughters very spoilt assistance dog, Hunter.