Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee announces July 19 meeting
The committee has asked that the autism community join the meeting in Maryland. This is an opportunity for people concerned about autism to learn ways to participate, receive updates and find information about IACC as it resolves national autism services and research priorities.
The IACC now coordinates all of the service and research activities related to autism, thanks to the requirements in the Autism CARES Act. As part of the U.S. Department of Health and Services, the IACC works to guarantee that a variety of perspectives and ideas are discussed within the public format.
Most recently, the IACC has made new updates to its strategic priorities. It seeks feedback on these changes from everyone in the autism community.
Before the meeting, Autism Speaks will publish the agenda for the discussions. Check the Autism Speaks home page for the agenda approximately one week before the scheduled meeting and for additional details.
Attendees must preregister for the meeting on the IACC Events page. If participants cannot physically attend the meeting, they can still listen to the discussions through conference calls or webcasts.