The new government funded website (see http://raisingchildren.net.au/autism) was launched at Parliament House on 23/2/2009 (see here for details). At this stage it contains a range of initial information. Its authors want to expand it and for it to be dynamic. They are interested in feedback, as is A4.
What do A4 members think of the initial information on the website and how it is presented?
Do A4 members think this will be a useful resource in the longer term?
What can be done to help people who need this website find it?
I think the website developer are brave to provide the type of commentary they are on various treatments/interventions. What they have so far is pretty minimal. Hopefully it will be helpful for its target audience, that is the families of children who are newly diagnosed with an ASD. What do you think?
Please tell us your views. If you can suggest improvements to their website, please let the website developers know.