Autism alliance want people to know their rights

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Autism alliance want people to know their rights

People with Autism and their families are being reminded of specific legislation, aimed at protecting their rights.

This comes after new research suggested 80% of autistic people felt they did not know enough about the support they were entitled to.

By law, local authorities are obliged to carry out support assessments, but today's report, from the Autism Alliance, shows many councils are failing in their duty. 


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