Bismarck – People living with Autism are being asked to help state officials.
The North Dakota Department of Human Services says it launched a new survey about services for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
The survey is meant to get feedback about training, services, need and access.
The survey is not only for children but is also meant to understand the needs of adults living with Autism.
We talked with the Department of Human Services and it tells us this is the first survey in several years.
“We want to hear from people with Autism, from their families, from professions who work in the health care or behavioral health fields, to see what their needs are for training, for resources, where do they see gaps in care” Said Krista Fremming: Deputy Director of Medical Services for ND Human Services.
She adds the survey should only take around 10 minutes to complete and will be up through mid-March.
To participate in the survey, click here.