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Petition against Cuts to in Funding for Autistic People

Petition against Cuts to in Funding for Autistic People

Emily Ivey felt like a prisoner when her support hours were taken away. Her petition calling for an end to cuts in funding for autistic people is close to reaching 2,500 signatures.

The petition, titled No more cuts in funds for autistic people! focuses on a call to stop a reduction in support hours for Autistic people.

In the UK petitions on Change.org need 10,000 signatures to receive a response from the government. To sign the petition and visit the Change.org petition page.



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