Autism campaigner and advocate Anna Kennedy is appealing for feedback and participation from parents to a survey that she plans to present to the Houses of commons.
The survey aims to get at least 1,000 participants before the end of November and touches on key issues like diagnosis, inclusion and bullying. It takes around five minutes to complete online and can be found here.
Autism Daily Newscast talked to Anna yesterday who confirmed that the survey had already had 550 participants, but couldn’t divulge exactly why she was asking for parents to participate, but that she and her team were already feeling the “buzz” around things they had planned for the results.
We would urge UK based readers to take part in the survey, and will follow the progress by Anna and her on line team with anticipation.