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My Five #myvoicemyfive

Have you heard about our My Five campaign?

If businesses could make five simple changes to create a more accessible and welcoming environment, what would you want?

We are asking you to provide your top five suggestions of small adjustments that businesses such as retail outlets, restaurants, supermarkets and cafes could make in order to create a more welcoming and accessible environment for autistic individuals and their families.

An increasing number of businesses are looking to make their environment more welcoming and accessible for the autistic community.  By sharing your suggestions and completing the form below, you are helping to shape a free resource for businesses that will contain reliable and accurate guidance, informed by the autistic community, on how they can make small adjustments to create a more welcome and accessible environment. My Five gives you the opportunity to provide suggestions that are useful and meaningful to you.

Whilst you're out and about during the busy festive period, look out for our My Five posters as these will be featured within the St Enoch Centre, Glasgow as well as different locations throughout Scotland. Make sure to let us know if you see these, or if you get involved with our My Five campaign by using the hashtag #myvoicemyfive on social media.

We'd love for you to take some time to fill out your top five suggestions below, we can't wait to read them!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Please note Scottish Autism will not share your details with any third party.

Data Protection: Scottish Autism complies with the General Data Protection Legislation and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulation (2003). Your personal data is held securely and will only be accessed by those authorised to do so and used for the purposes for which you have provided us the information. For full details, please view our privacy policy. At any time you can request to be removed from our database by contacting us on 01259 720044 or emailing autism@scottishautism.org.