Chairing the National Autistic Society Professional Conference 2017
Chairing the National Autistic Society Professional Conference 2017

After volunteering these services for almost a decade, extensive experience and good rate of success in the following areas I now feel confident to offer these in a high standard and therefore professional capacity

•TV and Media Autism Script and Inclusion consultancy

• Family Law , Autism aware Mackenzie friend for legal cases

•Autism and Mental Health Unit Advocate and supporter

•National Paper freelance Journalism -Autism

•Autistic Travel Consultancy and Review

•Public speaker and Autism training

•Group Safeguarding courses for Autistic girls and /or their Parents and Guardians

•Policy and Political Autism consultancy and speaker

•University expert panel member for Autism and Females research

•Acting /Performance in Autism/Awareness related Media .

•Univeristy ,College and Schools spokesperson

•Pre and Post Diagnosis support and advice for Individuals and their families .

Please do email me for further information,informal chat and quotes ,Pricing is very reasonable and payments can be spread interest free for those on low incomes or charitable organisations due to a lifelong commitment to access support without hurdles and offering a percentage of voluntary services for most in need.

Knowing that there was someone there,even into the early hours keeping me calm ,listening and not judging when I was near meltdown and in a state of self doubt made the full diagnostic journey much more positive experience than it could have been “. R - Scotland


"Understanding and accepting who you are is the first step towards advocating for yourself and attaining a happy, meaningful life.  After a few chats with Carly, I have learned more about myself and my autistic son than I learned during a lifetime of conversation with professionally trained therapists." D.New York City

Carly was active in ensuring that the charity Samaritans are accessible for those who need the service and find it difficult to talk on the phone...There is a high rate of suicide amongst those who have autism and I believe this is a step in the right direction in ensuring that there is appropriate  support for those with autism who may be experiencing suicidal thoughts. I really appreciate the work that Carly has done with this as it was in memory of my brother who had autism and took his life in 2015. Carly obviously takes her work very seriously and is caring and understanding. She is a  great advocate for autism” E.Ipswich