Risk Management Skills For Independents with Autism$TBA
About this course
Building skills for the more independent adolescent or adult who is on the Autism Spectrum Course Aims to:
1. Develop independent and appropriate behaviours when in an emergency situation.
2. What can and should the independent person living on the Autism Spectrum expect during sudden or even expected interactions with Emergency Services Personnel
Inclusions: Safety Cards, learn to use safety apps, visits to emergency services, role-plays, videos.
Participant numbers: 4-10
Venue required: Classroom with access to smart boards and or whiteboards, screens, lite pro
Building skills for the more independent adolescent or adult who is on the Autism Spectrum Outline
Disclosure to a police officer or emergency personnel
Plan and practice disclosure techniques
Sensory Overload in an Emergency
How to respond to questions by people in uniform
Your rights and responsibilities
The Law and You
Safety Apps and cards
What information should you carry with you?
What happens in ER?
What happens in an ambulance?
What happens at the police station?
What do you do in a fire?
What do you do in a natural disaster ?