The CDC reports that 1 in 56 children are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Research shows that family support and engagement are keys to treatment and keeping families supported, together, and strong. This survey aims to expand on that.
Your participation will provide information that will enrich quality of life for autism families. The survey’s findings will:
- Equip AUTISM ADVOCATES with information to help lobby and solicit support from federal, nonprofit, for-profit, and other entities.
- Provide information to help AUTISM FAMILIES and PROVIDERS better understand and make the best of situations and relationships that involve grandparents.
- Give AUTISM GRANDPARENTS a broader understanding of their situations, so that they are better equipped to enrich quality of life for themselves, their families, and their grandchildren.
Your responses are anonymous. To protect your privacy, please don’t include any identifying information about you or your family. This survey will take about 20 - 45 minutes depending on your responses.
On behalf of the many families and organizations that will benefit from this survey, we thank you for your participation.NOTE: Families and individuals have the right to determine for themselves what terminology is used to identify them – e.g. “person with autism,” “person with ASD,” “autistic person,” “on the autism spectrum” etc. In respect for this fundamental right, this survey uses all of these terms, sprinkled throughout, in a random manner.