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September 16, 2015 – All Autism Talk Podcast (AST)

Join Rob Haupt of Autism Spectrum Therapies for the All Autism Talk podcast with guest Emily Iland M.A. The lively chat focuses on how to help individuals on the spectrum learn to interact safely with police. We discuss why autism should not be kept a secret from someone who has it, and the importance of self-awareness at every age. Discussion highlights tools and options for self-disclosing autism to the police. [View]

September 15, 2015 – The Future is Bright (Full Interview)

Apprentice winner and attorney Stephanie Schaeffer and BE SAFE The Movie Creator Emily Iland M.A. discuss how to promote safe interactions between the police and individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Key topics include risk factors that increase the likelihood of a police encounter, BE SAFE Interactive Movie Screenings, why and how to inform police about a person’s autism, QR Codes as a safety tool and the right to remain silent. [View]

Be Safe the Movie: Risk Factors for Individuals with Autism (5:03)

Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) of all ages are more likely to have a police encounter than peers who don’t have ASD. Learn about the risk factors and how someone with ASD may be misinterpreted by the police. From the September 15, 2015 episode of The Future is Bright, the Autism Society of America’s dedicated channel, hosted by winner of The Apprentice and attorney Stephanie Schaeffer with BE SAFE The Movie Creator Emily Iland M.A. Produced by Autism Live. [View]

Be Safe the Movie: Interactive Screenings (3:59)

The police need to learn about autism, and it is equally important to teach individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) how to interact safely with the police. Learn how BE SAFE The Movie was designed to teach 4 key skills that everyone needs to know in an encounter with police: Stay where you are (don’t run), follow instructions (don’t fight or argue), keep your hands visible (don’t reach into a pocket or bag) and keep your hands to yourself (don’t touch police weapons or equipment). From the September 15, 2015 episode of The Future is Bright, the Autism Society of America’s dedicated channel, hosted by winner of The Apprentice and attorney Stephanie Schaeffer with BE SAFE The Movie Creator Emily Iland M.A. Produced by Autism Live. [View]

Be Safe the Movie: Disclosing your Diagnosis (5:48)

The more information police have, the better they can do their job. Learn about options to help people across the spectrum safely disclose their autism. From the September 15, 2015 episode of The Future is Bright, the Autism Society of America’s dedicated channel, hosted by winner of The Apprentice and attorney Stephanie Schaeffer with BE SAFE The Movie Creator Emily Iland M.A. Produced by Autism Live. [View]

Be Safe the Movie: Hot Topics in Autism (4:03)

Everyone has the right to remain silent if arrested, but not everyone understands what this means. Tune if for the discussion about why it is important to teach Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) about the right to remain silent and why not everyone agrees on this point. From the September 15, 2015 episode of The Future is Bright, the Autism Society of America’s dedicated channel, hosted by winner of The Apprentice and attorney Stephanie Schaeffer with BE SAFE The Movie Creator Emily Iland M.A. Produced by Autism Live. [View]

Be Safe the Movie: QR Codes (3:33)

Do you know what a QR Code is? Learn how one non-profit, If I Need Help, is using QR Codes as a safety tool. From the September 15, 2015 episode of The Future is Bright, the Autism Society of America’s dedicated channel, hosted by winner of The Apprentice and attorney Stephanie Schaeffer with BE SAFE The Movie Creator Emily Iland M.A. Produced by Autism Live. [View]

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