Consultation on carer experiences: autism, ARFID and eating disorders

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Do you support someone who has autism or ARFID and not been able to access support for an eating disorder? Join us to share your experiences with Tom Moore, Commissioner for Autism.

Giving carers a voice consultation: autism, ARFID and eating disorders

Our consultations with carers are now on Zoom. We know how important it is to find out about carers’ experiences, so we can work towards changes to improve the lives of all carers.

This special consultation is for carers supporting someone who has autism or ARFID, to look at difficulties in  accessing support for an eating disorder. Join us to share your experiences with Tom Moore, Commissioner for Autism.

Join Maria Young, ACS’s Giving Carers a Voice Co-ordinator to make sure your voice is heard.

Find out about more opportunities to join in consultations, local and national on our consultations page.

How to join us for this event…

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This is a video event using Zoom, you will be sent the access code ahead of the session.

For information on how to use Zoom, please have a look at the handy guide below.

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