The Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorders Alliance (CASDA), with funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada, is embarking on a comprehensive stakeholder engagement process to canvass input into the development of a Canadian Autism Partnership (CAP) model that supports collective leadership in addressing the complex issues facing Canadians living with autism.
This project, under the direction of a National ASD Working Group, is exploring a pan-Canadian partnership dedicated to accelerating and improving the use of research, effective practices, and technology by establishing and supporting collaborative networks for change. It will be a reliable source of information that promotes evidence-based decision making in solving complex issues facing Canadians living with ASD.
Canadian Autism Partnership Project (CAPP) is garnering feedback and insight from people across the country via a national online survey. We encourage you to add your voice to this discussion by taking just 7-10 minutes to respond to the survey at: http://www.capproject.ca/index.php/en/have-your-say before July 15th, 2016.
You can also help us reach other individuals and organizations whose knowledge, perspectives and opinions are vital to this initiative by forwarding this survey link to your members and/or distribution lists and encourage people to participate.
You may also want to follow the Canadian Autism Partnership Project on Twitter (@casdacapproject) to tweet the survey link and share future tweets from CAPP with your followers.
For more information on the Canadian Autism Partnership Project visit: http://www.capproject.ca.
Thank you for your support.