Survey on BC Accessibility Legislation - Autistics United Canada & Neurodiversity Listening Society
British Columbia will be creating its first ever accessibility legislation. Have your say on the new law!
Autistics United Canada and the Neurodiversity Listening Society are asking for feedback from neurodivergent people. Neurodivergent people can be autistic or have ADHD, learning disabilities, cognitive disabilities, mental challenges--anything outside of the neurological norm. We want to know what you would like to see in accessibility legislation and what kind of changes you want it to make.
This feedback will be used in our report that will be submitted to the BC government. We will continue using this feedback in our ongoing advocacy for all autistics in BC.
***All questions in this survey are optional. This survey will be open for at least until the end of the year.***
There are 14 sections in this survey, including this introductory section. There are 27 questions.
We are also hosting an in-person and online input session on Saturday, November 23rd. Check out our Facebook page for event details:
For other ways to give feedback directly to the BC government, visit their website here:
If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Vivian at
Thank you for sharing your thoughts and helping us make a more accessible BC!
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