“This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Autism Act in England and the National Autistic Society is working with the All Party Parliamentary Group on Autism (APPGA) to find out more about the state of care and support for autistic children and adults across the UK.
The Autism Act says the Government has to review its autism policy from time to time. This is happening this year, giving us a vital opportunity to uncover what has and has not changed over the last decade and to campaign for further improvements to support for autistic people.
We want as many autistic people and families to engage in this survey to help us tell Government what needs to change.
This survey covers areas such as social care, training, benefits, mental health and transition from childhood to adulthood. Over recent years we have also carried out surveys on other topics, like employment and education, which will be included in our research.
To take part please go to this webpage
Please fill in this survey by 10pm on Sunday 7 April 2019. The survey should take 15 to 30 minutes to complete.”