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Risk Management Skills For Autism Children and Dependent Adults

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Berinda Karp - Educator
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Risk Management Skills For Autism Children and Dependent Adults

About this course

Building skills for children and less independent adults aims to:

Establish life skills education for children or less independent adults who have Autism. Form partnerships with teachers and law enforcement professionals to help develop a simple curriculum, that helps expand skills that will enhance their safety in the community and build personal resilience to risk.

 

Target audience: People on the Autism Spectrum with higher support needs and who are less independent.

 

Inclusions: Safety Cards, learn to use safety apps, visits to emergency services.

 

Participant numbers: 4-6

 

Venue required: Classroom with access to smart boards and or whiteboards, screens, lite pro, Lapel microphone for larger venues

 

Deposit is required at time of booking.

Outline
  1. Recognize and respond as best they can to law enforcers, their uniforms, badges and vehicles
  2. Stay with, not run from, safe police or other uniformed first responders
  3. Keep an appropriate distance when interacting with a law enforcer–or anyone else
  4. To avoid making sudden movements, i.e. hands into pockets
  5. Carry and safely produce an ID card
  6. Disclose their autism, carry and/or produce an autism information card
  7. Recognize inappropriate touching or sexual come-ons directed at them
  8. Effectively report bullying or other incidents
  9. Tell someone they need help, or use the phone to request it

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