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Autistic people asked for their views on improving services

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Autistic people asked for their views on improving services

A new call for evidence is asking people for their views on what is working and where more needs to be done to transform care and support.

Autistic people, their families and those caring for them are being asked for their views on how care and support in England can be improved.

The call for evidence is part of the cross-government review of the national autism strategy, which will be refreshed and launched later this year. The strategy will be extended to cover children as well as adults, so services work better for autistic people of all ages.

Autistic people, family members, carers and professionals can all take part in the online survey.