Autistic people asked for their views to help transform support

Autistic people, their families and those caring for them are being asked by the Government for their views on how care and support in England can be improved. This call for evidence is part of the cross-Government review of the national autism strategy, which will be refreshed and launched later this year. For the first time this strategy will be extended to cover children and adults, so services work better for autistic people of all ages. Autistic people, their families and carers now have an opportunity to feed in their views on what is working and where more needs to be done to transform care and support, whether in school through support to access the curriculum, at hospital through timely diagnosis or within the community via respite care or through support to enter the workplace.

To read more about this or give your thoughts through an online survey follow the link…