Table 2

Autism-Europe survey responses for access to COVID-19 health and social care services for people with autism. Data are numbers (%)

Overall responseAutistic person responseCaregiver response
YesNoUnsureYesNoUnsureYesNoUnsure
High COVID-19 risk (autistic person)327
(26)
795
(63)
133
(11)
90
(27)
213
(63)
33
(10)
237
(26)
582
(63)
100
(11)
Tested for COVID-1956
(5)
1095
(95)
1
(0)
13
(4)
295
(96)
0
(0)
43
(5)
800
(95)
1
(0)
Accessible information—COVID-19 test40
(76)
10
(19)
3
(6)
7
(58)
4
(33)
1
(8)
33
(80)
6
(15)
2
(5)
Reasonable adjustments—COVID-19 test22
(39)
31
(54)
4
(7)
6
(30)
11
(55)
3
(15)
16
(43)
20
(54)
1
(3)
Required COVID-19 treatment28
(2)
1112
(96)
13
(1)
7
(2)
296
(96)
5
(2)
21
(2)
816
(97)
8
(1)
Difficulties accessing treatment12
(43)
15
(54)
1
(4)
5
(71)
2
(29)
0
(0)
7
(33)
13
(62)
1
(5)
Difficulties contacting treatment provider9
(75)
3
(25)
0
(0)
3
(60)
2
(40)
0 (0%)6
(86)
1
(14)
0
(0)
Require daily or occasional support882
(68)
398
(31)
21
(2)
184
(53)
146
(42)
16
(5)
698
(73)
252
(26)
5
(1)
Usual daily support stopped595
(71)
211
(25)
31
(4)
73
(42)
84
(48)
17
(10)
522
(79)
127
(19)
14
(2)
High COVID-19 risk (support person)279
(33)
409
(49)
149
(18)
50
(29)
94
(54)
30
(17)
229
(35)
315
(48)
119
(18)
Second support person available247
(30)
523
(63)
67
(8)
44
(25)
107
(61)
23
(13)
203
(31)
416
(63)
44
(7)
Accessible information—COVID-19 public health421
(35)
557
(46)
234
(19)
119
(36)
117
(35)
94
(28)
302
(34)
440
(50)
140
(16)