Message from the Minister of Health on World Autism Awareness Day

According to the Public Health Agency of Canada’s recent report, autism is the most common neurodevelopmental condition in Canada, affecting 1 in 50 Canadians aged 1-17. Each autistic person is unique and will have different strengths, needs, and challenges throughout their life. Addressing the needs of Autistic Canadians, their families and supporters, requires a coordinated effort. Work is ongoing across sectors and all levels of government, to find better ways to support autistic people and their families. Отсюда - | Перевод - Яндекс.

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