Listening Session to learn about Maine's System of Care for People with ASD - Individuals & Families/Guardians

The Department of Health and Human Services is hosting a virtual Listening Sessions to learn about what’s working well and opportunities for improvement in Maine’s system of care for people with autism spectrum disorder. Staff from the Cutler Institute at the University of Southern Maine will be conducting the session.  The goal of the listening session is to help gather input that will be used in the development of the 2023 Biennial Report for Autism Spectrum Disorder, which describes the efforts of the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Education, along with other agencies, to provide services to Mainers with autism.

Register in advance for this meeting:  https://mainestate.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0vd-Goqz4uE9zr25bCct-Px4HZqGQ_kjXm

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

If you require accommodation, such as real time transcription and captioning (CART) or American Sign Language (ASL) or other language interpretation, please contact Joseph Zamboni at Joseph.zamboni@maine.gov by September 23, 2022.