Autism Alberta’s Alliance Housing Community of Practice is pleased to introduce an exciting new opportunity to help inform how programs, services, and housing opportunities in Alberta can best support Autistic individuals in their journey towards housing.

They are in the process of gathering information and data from the public in order to make thoughtful and informed policy decisions and are asking members of the public to complete a short survey.

This survey is designed to better understand the needs of Autistic individuals as it pertains to housing. The questions below are grouped in the following way:

  • Screening
  • Demographic
  • Finances
  • Support Needs
  • History of Housing
  • Housing Preferences
  • Communication Preferences and Learning Preferences.

The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. If you have questions or would like assistance to complete the survey, please contact Drewe Rowbotham at

Housing Network of Alberta Survey

The results of the survey will be shared at the Autism Alberta Alliance: Connecting Communities event on June 13 and 14th. You can learn more about that event on Autism Society of Alberta’s website linked HERE.

About Autism Alberta’s Alliance and the Housing Community of Practice

Autism Alberta’s Alliance is an initiative that brings together stakeholders from a diversity of sectors. Through cross-sector collaboration and information sharing, the Alliance aims to be a knowledge hub, advocate and educator.

The Housing Community of Practice is a working group in the Alliance. Its primary objective is to create a supportive and collaborative environment where people from Alberta’s housing system can come together to:

  • share knowledge and experiences
  • share current evidence-informed practices
  • co-design and evaluate innovative approaches and interventions, and
  • make actionable recommendations and be a trusted resource for individuals, their loved ones and policy makers.

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