The views of parents and education professionals on SEN provision for those with autism are being sought by a cross-party group of MPs and peers. The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Autism, which includes members from across the political spectrum, has launched an SEN commission to investigate how the system can deliver better outcomes for children with autism.
Parents and those working with children and young people with autism are invited to complete an online survey, and the views of academics and interest groups will be provided through oral evidence sessions. The results of the commission’s inquiry will be published in a report and presented to
Children’s Minister Sarah Teather.
Parents and education professionals can access the online survey until Friday 10 February at: