Autism Priorities 2023-2028 - Have your say

Closes 8 Oct 2021

Opened 23 Aug 2021

Overview

The Department of Health is commencing work on the development of an Autism Strategy 2023-2028.  In preparation for this, the Department is inviting you to give your views on the key priorities which should be included in this strategy.  You may be an autistic person or a family member or carer of someone who has an autism diagnosis or waiting for an assessment.  You may be involved in education, community life or service delivery.  We want you to tell us how we can develop a strategy which can make a difference.

All responses must be received no later than Friday 8 October 2021.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Why your views matter

We are hosting this consultative process to provide opportunity for the strategy to be informed by people with lived experience and so that it can be developed to reflect and respond to their needs.

Give us your views

Audiences

  • Parents
  • Higher education students
  • Prospective higher education students
  • School students
  • Private individuals or organisations with an interest in Bovine TB
  • All stakeholders
  • Gold Star Customer Service Excellence
  • Citizens
  • Business
  • Voluntary and Community Sector
  • Homeowners
  • Government Department
  • Local Government
  • Statutory Body
  • Private Sector
  • Research
  • Charity, Community and Voluntary
  • Utility
  • Press/media
  • Genealogist/Family Historian
  • DOJ Staff
  • DFC Staff
  • DFI Staff
  • DoF Staff
  • DE Staff
  • DfE Staff
  • DAERA Staff
  • TEO Staff
  • DOH Staff
  • HSCNI Staff
  • PHA Staff
  • ICT Grades
  • Associate Assessors
  • Inspectors
  • Pupils
  • Teachers
  • IST
  • Stakeholders
  • Schools
  • Early Years Educators
  • Pre-School Education Settings
  • Other Stakeholders
  • Academy Participants
  • Bridge to Employment Participants
  • Companies
  • RHI
  • Work Based Learning Providers
  • European Social Fund Project Providers
  • Service users/patients
  • Carers
  • General Public
  • Advocate groups
  • Community/Voluntary sector organisations
  • Health and social care providers – statutory
  • Health and social care providers – non-statutory
  • Health professionals
  • Health and social care staff
  • Health and social care regulators
  • Staff representatives/Unions
  • Royal Colleges
  • Political representatives
  • Pensions Customers
  • Benefits Customers
  • CMS
  • Political Representatives
  • Carers
  • Employers
  • Employers
  • Disability Organisations
  • People with Disabilities
  • Community & Voluntary Organisations
  • Schools
  • Academic Staff
  • Teachers
  • Parents
  • School Students
  • Prospective Higher Education Students
  • Higher Education Students
  • Students
  • MOD
  • Supervising Drivers
  • Approved Motorcyclist Instructors
  • Approved Driving Instructors
  • Bikers
  • Motorcyclists
  • Riders
  • Drivers
  • Young Drivers
  • Learner Riders
  • Learner Motorcyclist
  • Learner Driver
  • All DVA Staff
  • Vehicle examiners
  • Technical staff
  • Staff
  • All Stakeholders
  • Water operators
  • Waste operators
  • PPC operators

Interests

  • Higher Education
  • Part-time Study
  • Postgraduate Study
  • Primary Education
  • Post-Primary Education
  • Pre-school Education
  • Special Educational Needs
  • Youth Sector and Youth Services
  • Further Education
  • Part-time Student Finance
  • Postgraduate Student Finance
  • Student Loans
  • Health
  • Housing and Accommodation
  • Transport
  • Disability
  • Community
  • Disability
  • Employment
  • Consultation
  • Policy Development
  • Health and social care policy
  • Health and social care legislation
  • Quality and safety
  • Regulation of health and social care
  • Provision of health and social care services
  • Improvement of health and social care services
  • Patient/service user advocacy
  • Staff engagement
  • Communications
  • Customer Service Excellence
  • Benefits
  • Training and Support
  • Supporting People
  • Research