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MAKING OUR WAY: AUTISM

Autism Safety for 1st Responders

  • Aired: 11/06/2011
  • 47:20
  • Rating: NR
Matt Brown, a law enforcement officer, autism safety educator and parent of a child with autism, talks about how to interact with individuals with autism in this presentation to officers in training at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.
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Autism Safety: Recognizing & Responding to Autism. A Guide for First Responders
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