A survey asking for the views of autistic people, families and professionals on a new independently appointed Commissioner to promote and protect the rights of autistic people has been launched today.
The survey, jointly run by the National Autistic Society Scotland and Scottish Autism, aims to collect views which will be compiled into a report to influence politicians and the Scottish Government, as to the commissioner’s role and responsibilities.
The survey contains 10 questions in total, and asks about the challenges that autistic people and families face and what the priorities of a Commissioner should be. The survey is anonymous and intended for people in Scotland only.
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