Robyn lives independently in London and has built up her business to high acclaim. Her activities include speaking about autism at the House of Commons and frequently in the national and international press, and on radio and television. In May 2013 BBC Radio 4 made a documentary about Robyn’s work and life and in the September of that year Robyn’s first book on safety for women on the spectrum was published. She also collaborated with Mark Inlet on 3 singles and 1 EP, and painted the covers for a limited press of the EP. Robyn also helps to change government policies and raise awareness for people on the Autistic spectrum, as a National Autistic Society (NAS) Ambassador. In 2015 Robyn joined the Department of Health’s autism programme board as an advocate for 2 years. In 2015 Robyn was awarded for ”outstanding achievement by a individual on the autism spectrum” along with Dr Julia Malkin MBE. Robyn is in touch with a few US based music industry professionals about joining this panel.
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