The Family Advocacy and Support Training (FAST), a project of the PACER Center in Minnesota, is currently conducting a study of the needs of youth with disabilities (12 – 22 years old) as they move into adulthood. Parents or primary caregivers are asked to complete this survey, which is also available in Spanish. The purpose of this study is to learn about the information and supports young adults with disabilities and their families need to prepare for moving into adulthood.
Here’s a link to the survey: http://rtc.umn.edu/fast/main/index.asp
Other questions? Contact Shauna McDonald – Phone: (952) 838-9000, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Family Advocacy and Support Training (FAST) Project is funded by the Administration on Developmental Disabilities (ADD) as a Project of National Significance (Grant number 90DN0269). FAST is a project of PACER Center in Minnesota in collaboration with Parent Centers throughout the United States and Territories and with the help of the University of Minnesota.Tags: autism advocacy