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Hope of 'real change' for autism sufferers – Belfast News Letter

Thursday, 10 March, 2022

Hope of 'real change' for autism sufferers – Belfast News Letter

(L-R) Autism NI CEO Kerry Boyd, Hannah Armstrong (8) and Pam Cameron MLA at Stormont celebrating the passing of the Autism Amendment Bill on Monday 7th March 2022.

 
The Autism Amendment Bill was passed on Monday night at the Assembly with unanimous, cross-party support.
Some of the changes that the bill will introduce will be the creation of an autism information service and a cross-departmental autism training strategy.
There will also be a requirement for the Department of Health to make provision for a regionally consistent adult autism service and early intervention service throughout Northern Ireland.
Read more at: https://www.newsletter.co.uk/health/hope-of-real-change-for-autism-sufferers-3602909

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