Thirty-one years ago, the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law. The ADA was designed to prohibit discrimination against individuals with disabilities – including in education, transportation, and employment. People first started noticing the effects of the law with physical changes – curb cuts, handicap ramps on busses, accessible buildings, etc. In the years since, much more has been done to promote inclusion.
There's still time to participate in this survey about the healthcare transition for adults with Williams syndrome. By providing your input, you contribute to early research that can impact the quality of care received in the future! This online survey is intended for caregivers of an adult (18+) with Williams syndrome.
If you previously began taking the survey but still need to complete it, you still have time to finish it! The survey is available until October 19th.