<p align="left"><b>The Survey is Now Closed. Thank you!</b><br> <br> The Boston College/Exceptional Lives quality-of-life survey is now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated. We’re pleased to report we achieved more than 1,500 responses, which is well above our initial goal. The data is currently being analyzed and prepared for publication. <br> <br> <b>Update: We plan to have a prototype of our new process navigation tool available by Summer 2014.</b> The online navigation tool we are developing walks users through complex disability-related processes (such as navigating autism insurance or finding a dentist that specializes in children with disabilities) in a simple, personalized, interactive way. A prototype of this tool will be presented to targeted focus groups in Spring/Summer 2014. Our top-flight technology team, which has expertise in both online learning and accessibility, will help us test and fine-tune the navigation tool before a more formal launch in Massachusetts later this year.<br> <br> If you or your organization are interested in participating in a focus group, or you would like to learn more about Exceptional Lives, please contact Jay O’Brien at jay.obrien@exceptionallives.org or 617-388-3638.<br> <br> We thank you for your input and support!</p>
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