What To Do During a Traffic Stop – Practice sessions for drivers and passengers with developmental disabilities

EVERYONE feels anxiety when they see that police car light up behind them and may worry about what will happen next. Practice being pulled over by Anne Arundel County Police Officers in a calm environment. The goal is to have a safe interaction during a traffic stop. This program is offered to drivers and passengers of any age with a developmental disability free of charge.Registration is required. Register here!

Driver Safety Webinar and Traffic Stop Practice Training Session
Webinar – Monday, July 19th at 6:00 pm
Practice Session – Tuesday, July 20th from 2:30 – 6:30 pm

 

EVERYONE feels anxiety when they see that police car light up behind them. You begin to wonder, “Am I in trouble?” “What did I do wrong?” It can make slowing down your brain difficult in that moment and think about what you need to do. So it’s time to start thinking about what you should do BEFORE you get pulled over. The goal is to have a safe interaction during a traffic stop. Attend the 1-hour webinar and then practice being pulled over with Baltimore County Police. This program is for licensed drivers or drivers with a learner’s permit with the required supervision. The webinar and practice session are both free to attend, but registration is required. Everyone who attends both the webinar and practice session will receive a $25 gas gift card. 
Register here!

 

WEBINAR:

Monday, July 19, 2021 at 6:00 pm
Free to attend, register for the webinar.

PRACTICE SESSION:

Tuesday, July 20, 2021 from 2:30 to 6:30 pm
Practice session location: Pathfinders for Autism Parking Lot – 235 Schilling Circle, Suite 103, Hunt Valley, MD, 21031
Free to attend. Reserve your Practice Session time slot here.

Driver Safety Webinar and Traffic Stop Practice Training Session
Webinar – Monday, July 19th at 6:00 pm
Practice Session – Tuesday, July 20th from 2:30 – 6:30 pm

 

EVERYONE feels anxiety when they see that police car light up behind them. You begin to wonder, “Am I in trouble?” “What did I do wrong?” It can make slowing down your brain difficult in that moment and think about what you need to do. So it’s time to start thinking about what you should do BEFORE you get pulled over. The goal is to have a safe interaction during a traffic stop. Attend the 1-hour webinar and then practice being pulled over with Baltimore County Police. This program is for licensed drivers or drivers with a learner’s permit with the required supervision. The webinar and practice session are both free to attend, but registration is required. Everyone who attends both the webinar and practice session will receive a $25 gas gift card. 
Register here!

 

WEBINAR:

Monday, July 19, 2021 at 6:00 pm
Free to attend, register for the webinar.

PRACTICE SESSION:

Tuesday, July 20, 2021 from 2:30 to 6:30 pm
Practice session location: Pathfinders for Autism Parking Lot – 235 Schilling Circle, Suite 103, Hunt Valley, MD, 21031
Free to attend. Reserve your Practice Session time slot here.

Webinar – Being a Social Media Liaison: Social Media Strategies for Parents, Guardians, and Caretakers of Individuals with I/DD

Social media use has many benefits for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD), including maintaining connections with others, being included within the digital world/society, and having a way to contact others in case of an emergency. However, there are also dangers and risks that come with using social media. In this presentation, social media safety strategies and resources formed specifically for parents, guardians, and caretakers supporting positive and safe social media use for their family member with I/DD will be shared. At the closure of this webinar, opportunities to ask  questions will be given. Presented by Dr. Mary Jo Krile,Assistant Professor, Eastern Kentucky University

Register via Eventbrite:https://sercsocialmedialiason.eventbrite.com
Wednesday, May 25, 2022 12:00 – 1:30 PM

ReSET Family Decision Making Tool

Restarting Safe Education and Testing (ReSET) for children with medical complexity has created a decision making tool for families. This tool will help you make the best decisions for your child and family with COVID-19’s frequent changes.

Resource: URL ReSET Family Decision Making Tool
A Guide to Safety

Created by the Organization for Autism Research, this guide is an autism safety resource that covers a range of topics, including safety network development; prevention and management of wandering and elopement behaviors; relationship, physical, and sexual safety discussions; strategies to address bullying and online threats; and tips on money and workplace safety.

Resource: URL Guide to Safety: Autism

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