07/04/2011 Leave a comment
Becoming the first country within the United Kingdom to launch a government strategy in relation to the autistic spectrum, Wales’ national assembly has created an action plan which outlines how those in power will aim to not only meet the needs of those affected by disability but also their families.
Initially published in April 2008, their ten-year ASD Strategic Action Plan discussed how needs of those affected would be met by authorities throughout the country with an implementation phase putting any beneficial changes into place over a three year period.
Using this time-frame to identify gaps in care for those with autism, develop assistance in localized areas and provide funding for schemes which would help Welsh people that required it most, initial ideas were developed and implemented though research taken last year has shown how those affected would like to see improvement made. Read more of this post