Help Illinois Libraries Improve Service to the Autism Spectrum Disorder Community

February 10, 2015
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Illinois libraries are exploring how best to provide information on all aspects of the Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to communities across the state. This library ASD initiative is led by the Illinois State Library, with funding through the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
The purpose of the survey is to better understand your needs, priorities, and interests around ASD in order to guide the development and delivery of ASD information services by community libraries across the state.  Please share the survey link with your patrons, friends and all Illinois residents who have been personally or professionally  affected by ASD.
The survey is available in English and Spanish and can be reached through the following link:
Your participation in the survey is voluntary and all responses will be kept confidential -- only combined responses will be reported.  The results will be presented at a state-wide summit session in March and they will be distributed broadly, including to people who have responded to this request. 
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