Have your say on the Canadian Justice System, and its effects on neurodivergent persons

Neurodivergent persons (persons with either a developmental difference, a mental health challenge, a cognitive disability, and/or any other neurological condition) are no more likely to break the law than any one else.  But when a neurodivergent person does get in trouble with the law, the current system may not provide the services the person needs.  Until January 31st, the public is invited to submit ideas, either through an anonymous survey, an online forum (only first name and the first letter of the last name are published on the forum), or by private email.  Ideas can be submitted here.


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