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Jill Corbyn, Associate

Jill Corbyn

Jill is an autistic associate working with NDTi.

Jill supported the development of NDTi’s Autism Programme in response to needs identified by autistic colleagues working on the C(E)TR programme. As part of the Autism Programme, ​Jill was lead author on the coproduced ‘It’s Not Rocket Science’ report into inpatient sensory environments. This was commissioned by the CAMHS Mental Health Taskforce. The NHS ‘Sensory Friendly Ward Principles’ are embedded in this report and are supporting change across inpatient services in England. Jill was also lead author for the coproduced LGA paper ‘Supporting autistic flourishing at home and beyond: considering and meeting the sensory needs of autistic people in housing’.

Jill leads the sensory environment review work and is skilled in facilitating workshops and enabling change in practice, working with individuals and teams to support better outcomes for individuals.

In previous roles, Jill has worked with provider organisations supporting involvement, as an advocate and supporting involvement and innovation in cancer services.

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