Scottish Parliament Motion supports Autism Strategy

Thursday 6 April 2017

Many thanks to our MSP Fulton MacGregor who has raised the following motion in the Scottish Parliament in support of our new Autism Strategy which was launched on Monday 27th March in Stepps.

Motion S5M-04946: Fulton MacGregor, Coatbridge and Chryston, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 28/03/2017: National Autism Strategy

That the Parliament welcomes the launch of the Autism Strategy 2017-2020 from the Richmond Fellowship Scotland, which is based in Stepps; notes that the launch took place during World Autism Awareness Week on 27 March 2017; understands that the strategy aims to support those with autism and their family carers, as well as external partners, and commits to supporting the Richmond Fellowship Scotland as it aims to improve the lives of people who have autism.

Supported by: James Dornan, Jeremy Balfour, Joan McAlpine, Sandra White, Richard Lyle, Stuart McMillan, Emma Harper, Kenneth Gibson, Bill Kidd, Ivan McKee, Ben Macpherson, Graeme Dey, Clare Haughey, Mairi Evans, Clare Adamson, Gail Ross, David Torrance, Colin Beattie, Gil Paterson, John Mason, Tom Arthur, Jenny Gilruth, Gillian Martin, Alex Cole-Hamilton


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