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  • 1.  
  • 2.  
  • 3. Arrest My Sister
  • 4. Classic Rock with a Twist
    • Original Music
    • 50’s Covers
    • 60’s Covers
    • 70’s Covers
    • 80’s Covers
    • Mix it up ”Any Way You Want It”
  • 5. Make Your Move
  • 6. Scott Siegel
    • Lead Singer
    • Keyboard Player
    • Four Octave Vocal Range
    • Written 300 Songs
  • 7. Past Shows
    • Red Gorilla Music Fest (SXSW)
    • Woodbury College
    • Floor Time Family Fun Day
    • CSUN
    • The Art of Autism
    • New Horizons Dance
    • New Horizon’s Walk
    • An Evening For Autism
    • USC
    • Music With a View
    • Amador County Fair
  • 8. Past Shows
    • Carnegie Hall
    • An Evening For Autism
    • New Horizons
    • Autism Speaks Walks
    • Easter Seal Walk
    • Jay Nolan Walk
    • Maria Shriver First Lady Dinner
    • Valley Village
    • West Side Jam
    • West Side Food Fest
  • 9. Past Shows
    • Joey Travolta Film Camp
    • San Dimas Autism Little League
    • Autism Spectrum of Support
    • C.A.R.D.
    • The Ride For Autism
    • Standup Paddle
    • Get Safe
    • Cal Tash
    • Villa Esperanza
    • Kern Regional Center
  • 10. Past Shows
    • The Whisky A Go Go
    • The Mint
    • The Trip
    • The Coach House
    • The Joint
    • CSUN
    • USC
    • NACA Western Regional Showcase
    • WFA Showcase
  • 11. Diversity Dances
    • A Magical Night At The Cabana Club in November of 2009
  • 12. Diversity Dances
    • I in 5 members of the general population have some sort of disability
    • 1 in 800 children born have Downs Syndrome
    • 1 in 110 children are born with autism
    • 20% of that population is under 21 years old
    • 70% of people with disabilities are unemployed
    • The majority of this population is not included in the social network of the typical population
  • 13. Diversity Dances
    • Current programs only address ADA requirements and not inclusion
    • Awareness leads to Familiarity which leads to Acceptance which leads to Inclusion of all people of difference
    • The principle of Inclusion is a much larger picture than just placement in a situation. It is being part of what everyone else is, and being welcomed and embraced as a member who belongs.
    • Inclusion is essential in a world that is smaller due to technology
  • 14. Vision
    • To increase true awareness of people of differences, ultimately resulting in social and cultural inclusion, by creating best practices turnkey events and programs
  • 15. Program Objectives
    • Increase real awareness of people of differences
    • Intensive Awareness and Facilitator Training
      • For permanent presence at School or Business
    • Turn key program allows more organizations to create awareness programs
  • 16. Program Objectives
    • All inclusive package for an “Awareness Day”
      • Schools
      • Corporations
        • HR - Diversity Training
      • Other Organizations
    • Kickoff for Awareness and Fundraising Programs
    • Have event be fun and entertaining
  • 17. Program Features
    • Two Step Program
    • Intensive Awareness and Facilitator Training
    • Awareness Day Event
  • 18. Training Program Features
    • Credentialed Certification Program
      • Program Trainers for permanent presence
      • Awareness and Facilitator Training
    • Training Curriculum
      • Persuasion based
      • Didactic, modeling, and experiential techniques
    • Best practices translates into accurate information and higher probability of transformation
    • Facilitators trained on Awareness Day activities as part of curriculum
  • 19. Awareness Day Features
    • Complete back end online system to facilitate communication and timeline management
      • Faculty/Students
      • Employers/Employees
      • Organizations
      • Event organizers
    • All marketing and promotional materials for the event
      • Posters
      • Flyers
      • Email Blasts
      • Radio Messages
  • 20.
    • All training materials for the participants
      • Communication
      • Planning
      • Activities Training
    Awareness Day Features
  • 21.
    • All day of materials to create festival atmosphere
    Awareness Day Features
  • 22.
      • Entertainment
    Awareness Day Features
  • 23.
      • Entertainment
    Awareness Day Features
  • 24.
      • Entertainment
    Awareness Day Features
  • 25.
      • Banners
    Awareness Day Features
  • 26.
    • All Activities for the event conforming to “Best Practices”
    Awareness Day Features
  • 27.
    • Participant Organizations to staff activities
    • Each activity designed to last five minutes with five participants
    Awareness Day Features
  • 28.
    • Activities are designed for participants to understand what it is like to “walk in the shoes” of people that are different from them.
    Awareness Day Features
  • 29.
    • Participants receive a “passport” to be “stamped” at each activity
      • Participants can keep after event
      • Contains information about awareness subject
      • Contains a list of activities
      • Serves as a validation for participation in the event
    Awareness Day Features
  • 30. Awareness Day Activities
    • Thumball
  • 31.
    • Myths and Facts
    Awareness Day Activities
  • 32.
    • Mittens and Clips
    Awareness Day Activities
  • 33.
    • Shirts and Socks
    Awareness Day Activities
  • 34.
    • Arts and Crafts
    Awareness Day Activities
  • 35.
    • Resource Information
    Awareness Day Activities
  • 36. Program Founders
  • 37. Stuart Haskin Founder and Executive Director of Get Safe, an organization dedicated to helping communities build stronger and safer lives.
  • 38. GET SAFE Programs: Training for Men, Women and Children of all Ages
    • Get Safe Certification Programs
    • Staff Safety
    • Advocacy
    • Group and Individual Training
    • Child and Youth Safety
    • Continuing Education Credits (CEU) RN, MFT/LCSW, ARF,RCFE, GH, and Real Estate licensees
    • Specialized Programs for Persons with Disabilities and Survivors of Violent Crime
    • First Responder Training
  • 39. Michael Siegel Retired Businessman - Graduate Student in Psychology at Pepperdine - Manager of Arrest My Sister - Founder and Director of Diversity Dances
  • 40. Focus Groups
    • Cal Tash
    • Get Safe
    • CSUN
    • Northwood High School
  • 41.