The results of the Pathways in ASD study will be a valuable resource in ensuring the best outcomes for children with ASD, both through the development of new programs and interventions and by furthering our understanding of their needs and strengths.
Mr. Colin Carrie (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Health, 3rd Session, 40th Parliament, December 15, 2010)
The Pathways in ASD study is a one-of-a-kind collaborative research study that focuses on understanding how children with ASD grow and develop over time...I understand that this project has been designed to fill important evidence gaps on the developmental pathways of children with ASD. Pathways in ASD will also provide important evidence-based information for policy-makers and researchers alike.
Hon. Judith Seidman (Debates of the Senate, 3rd Session, 40th Parliament, April 20, 2010)
The results of the Pathways in ASD study will help guide the development of new programs and interventions to maximize the likelihood of a positive transition to school.
Dr. Alan Bernstein (President of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, The Medical Post, January 9, 2007)