If you want to have your say on the Autism (Wales) Bill, you need to do this by 17th April.
What is a draft Bill?
A draft Bill is the words of a proposed law. It has not yet been introduced at the National Assembly for Wales. This means changes can be made to it before it becomes law.
It is called a Bill when it is being looked at by the National Assembly for Wales.
The National Assembly for Wales can change the Bill.
If the National Assembly for Wales agrees to the Bill, it will then become an Act.
The Welsh Government already has an ‘Autistic Spectrum Disorder Strategic Action Plan’, but the Bill would make sure there would always be an autism strategy even if the government changes.
Do you want to have your say about what the Bill says, before the National Assembly for Wales thinks about making it a law?
Click on this link to look at the Draft Autism (Wales) Bill in Easy Read Readhttp://senedd.assembly.wales/documents/s72508/Easy%20Read%20Consultation%20Document.pdf
Here is the form to say what you think about the Draft Bill
Here is a link to the full Draft Bill
Here is a link to the consultation letter