In an effort to serve those impacted by autism spectrum disorders in Fredericton, Autism Connections Fredericton (ACF) is asking for your help. Lauren Lawless from the University of New Brunswick is completing her Arts 3000 Internship Program at ACF. The purpose of this placement is to collect data that will be used to help individuals with an autism spectrum disorder and their families find appropriate support solutions to meet their respite care needs.

    Lauren Lawless will be collecting data through online surveys, by phone, and face to face interviews. We need input from parents/clients, organizations, and respite care workers.

    Please help us by filling out the survey that applies to your situation:


    Respite Care Parent and Client Needs Assessment Survey

    Respite Care Workers Satisfaction and Support Survey

    Respite Care Organizations and Providers Survey

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Autism Connections Fredericton is fortunate to have the support of our wonderful community. You can do your part to help the community.

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Autism Connections Fredericton Inc. (ACF) is a non-profit organization committed to helping individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), their families, friends, and professionals working with them in the greater Fredericton area.



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If local schools are closed due to a storm, ACF will be closed as well.

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