Plan Your Response for
an Autism Emergency!
Presented by Dennis Debbaudt
The image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not have enough memory to open the image, or the image may have been corr...
Objectives?
Develop a
Safety Plan!
Share Special
Knowledge
With Those That
Need to Know Now!
Spectrum Conditions
• Low & high functioning
• Independence level
• Public safety
• Criminal justice risks
Dangerous
Wandering
Watch Video	

• Click on the presentation videos link and then
click the “Wondering Video Link”
Safe
Interactions
With
First
Responders
Home, Community
and
On Campus
The Decision
to Disclose!!
Icons
Of
Autism
Watch Video	

• Click on the “Autism Icon” video link on the
presentation videos page.
License Plate
Louisiana Plate
Florida Plate
Autism Awareness
Autism Traffic Sign
Preparation
Alert
Response
Alert
Neighbors
Watch Video	

• Click on the “Old Ale Jeffrey” link on our
presentation video page
What to
Disclose?
Emergency Contact Form
• Name, physical description, photo
• Emergency ICE contact persons names, home, cell
and pager pho...
Watch Video	

• Click on the “ICE Clip” on the presentation
video page.
All
Sensory
Issues
Hyper
Hypo
Sensitive
Behavioral
Deescalation
Meltdowns
ID
Info Cards
T-Shirts &
Tattoos
"
Watch Video	

• Click on the “Fire Rescue Car Accident Scene”
link on your presentation videos page.
Tracking Technology
&
Registry Programs
Autism Registry
Adapt & Amend
Handout
Develop A Plan!
Role Play
with
Friends
Make It Work
FOR YOU!!
Keep
Records
Re
Records
Risk & Safety
at the IEP???
Partnerships:
1st Responders-Educators-Parents
1. Cross educational opportunities
2. Provide in safe environments
3. Build...
Early & Often
Suited to Age and Ability Levels
Frequent Bursts of Information
Over a Long Period of Time
Community
Days!
First Response
in the
Classroom!
What’s Next?
Dispel Myths,
Rumors &
Preconceptions
Open Up Discussions!!
Voices of Autism
Watch Video	

	

• Click on the “Voices of Autism” on your
presentations video page.
Be Proactive!!!!!
ALERT FAMILIES
NEW TO
AUTISM!
DEVELOP A
RESPONSE PLAN
NOW!!
Questions?
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  1. 1. Plan Your Response for an Autism Emergency! Presented by Dennis Debbaudt
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  3. 3. Objectives? Develop a Safety Plan!
  4. 4. Share Special Knowledge With Those That Need to Know Now!
  5. 5. Spectrum Conditions • Low & high functioning • Independence level • Public safety • Criminal justice risks
  6. 6. Dangerous Wandering
  7. 7. Watch Video • Click on the presentation videos link and then click the “Wondering Video Link”
  8. 8. Safe Interactions With First Responders
  9. 9. Home, Community and On Campus
  10. 10. The Decision to Disclose!!
  11. 11. Icons Of Autism
  12. 12. Watch Video • Click on the “Autism Icon” video link on the presentation videos page.
  13. 13. License Plate
  14. 14. Louisiana Plate
  15. 15. Florida Plate
  16. 16. Autism Awareness
  17. 17. Autism Traffic Sign
  18. 18. Preparation Alert Response
  19. 19. Alert Neighbors
  20. 20. Watch Video • Click on the “Old Ale Jeffrey” link on our presentation video page
  21. 21. What to Disclose?
  22. 22. Emergency Contact Form • Name, physical description, photo • Emergency ICE contact persons names, home, cell and pager phone numbers • Attractions, locations, water sources • Sensory, medical, or dietary issues and requirements, if any • Likes, dislikes--approach and de-escalation techniques • Method of communication, if non-verbal – sign language, picture boards, written word • ID wear – jewelry, tags on clothes, printed handout card
  23. 23. Watch Video • Click on the “ICE Clip” on the presentation video page.
  24. 24. All Sensory Issues
  25. 25. Hyper Hypo Sensitive
  26. 26. Behavioral Deescalation Meltdowns
  27. 27. ID Info Cards T-Shirts & Tattoos "
  28. 28. Watch Video • Click on the “Fire Rescue Car Accident Scene” link on your presentation videos page.
  29. 29. Tracking Technology & Registry Programs
  30. 30. Autism Registry
  31. 31. Adapt & Amend Handout
  32. 32. Develop A Plan!
  33. 33. Role Play with Friends
  34. 34. Make It Work FOR YOU!!
  35. 35. Keep Records Re Records
  36. 36. Risk & Safety at the IEP???
  37. 37. Partnerships: 1st Responders-Educators-Parents 1. Cross educational opportunities 2. Provide in safe environments 3. Build student & responder skills
  38. 38. Early & Often Suited to Age and Ability Levels Frequent Bursts of Information Over a Long Period of Time
  39. 39. Community Days!
  40. 40. First Response in the Classroom!
  41. 41. What’s Next?
  42. 42. Dispel Myths, Rumors & Preconceptions
  43. 43. Open Up Discussions!!
  44. 44. Voices of Autism
  45. 45. Watch Video • Click on the “Voices of Autism” on your presentations video page.
  46. 46. Be Proactive!!!!!
  47. 47. ALERT FAMILIES NEW TO AUTISM!
  48. 48. DEVELOP A RESPONSE PLAN NOW!!
  49. 49. Questions?
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