SBPL Survey for Families with Children on the Autism Spectrum
The Santa Barbara Public Library is investigating community needs and interest in programming and services for families with children or adults who may have special needs or be on the autism spectrum. If you have any questions or any additional information you would like to share, please contact Molly Wetta, Senior Librarian for Youth Services, at
or (805) 564-5642. Thank you for your assistance in helping us serve the community!
Do you use the library currently?
If you DO NOT currently use the library, is there a reason?
If you DO currently use the library, do you participate in storytimes or other programs? Which ones?
Please comment on any aspects of the program that you particularly enjoyed or any ways library staff could make the program more inclusive for neurodiverse children.
What sort of activities for children would you be most interested in?
Social skills playgroup
Family activity days
Would you be interested in programs targeting teens/adults on the spectrum?
Would you be interested in Parenting Workshops?
What times would be most convenient for you to attend library events?
Weekday evenings 6-7
Is there anything else you'd like to share with Library Staff about how the library could support you, your family, or your child?
If you would like to be notified about new programs specifically for neurodiverse children, adults, and their families, list your email:
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