FIRST NATIONAL AUTISM SURVEY IN CANADA

FIRST NATIONAL AUTISM SURVEY IN CANADA

Canadian Alliance Spectrum Disorders Alliance (CASDA) is now embarking on an on-line National Needs Assessment Survey, thanks to funding from Public Health Agency Canada (PHAC). This on line survey will canvas the opinions of thousands of Canadians, from all provinces and territories. The data gathered will help support surveillance initiatives and identify existing services and service gaps, as well as provide perspectives based on factors such as regions within Canada, age of the individual with an ASD, family needs and views of the professional community.

Who should take this survey? Take this survey if you are:

A parent/family caregiver of a person diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (either Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorder – Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS), or Autism Spectrum Disorder). Please let us know how you are related to this person?
An adult with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (18 or above)
A professional working with a person with an ASD or mulitple individuals with an ASD
The survey is available in French or English.

Have your voice heard today, visit CASDA.

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