The next quarterly Autism Reference Group meeting will be talking about access to healthcare services for autistic adults in Leeds. It is a forum for autistic adults to have their say on what health services should do for them. At the group, we will ask the following questions:
- What works well?
- What doesn’t work well?
- How do you think access to health services can improve in Leeds?
There will also be time to share any other thoughts you have on local health services.
We will gather feedback from the group using the Miro app. Then, anything said in the meeting will be fed back to the Leeds Adult Autism Partnership Board. At the meeting, up to three people who attend can put themselves forward to represent the Reference Group later this year.
When is the meeting?
The Reference Group will meet on Tuesday 14th November from 4pm-5:30pm. They will meet online, on the Microsoft Teams app. It is open to any autistic adults aged 18 and over who live in the Leeds area.
If you would like to attend, please email Phil Chan, Leeds City Council’s Neurodiversity Commissioning Programme Leader at [email protected]. Please also email Phil if you have any thoughts about access to healthcare but are unable to make it to the meeting.