Resources: Health and Service Provision for People With Autism in the UK

Resources: Health and Service Provision for People With Autism in the UK

‘Health and service provision for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A survey of parents in the United Kingdom, 2014’

This report documents the findings from a surveys completed by 264 parents and carers. The survey was designed to capture parents’ experiences of the main health challenges facing their children with ASD, their efforts to access services, and their experiences with the various treatments. The report summarises the data collected and highlights the most important issues being raised.

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