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Additional Safety Resources

Autism-specific In Case of Emergency (ICE) mobile app that provides first responders with actionable information quickly for more needs-conscious, patient-centered medical care for individuals with autism.

ATN/AIR-P Puberty and Adolescence Resource: A Guide for Parents from Autism Speaks
This includes information on strangers, secrets and touch, elopement, safety planning for increased aggression, and internet safety.

The Autism Safety Project by Autism Speaks
The Autism Safety Project is designed to provide families affected by autism with tips, information, expert advice and resources so that everyone in our community can stay out of harm’s way.

Life Journey Through Autism: A Guide to Safety by the Organization for Autism Research
This guide is intended for parents and family members who have loved ones with autism. Its purpose is to give you, your family, and the network of individuals and caregivers whom you rely on for support and services the tools, tips, and information needed to identify and address safety threats at home, school, and in the community—ideally before an emergency arises.

Preparing for Disaster for People with Disabilities and Other Special Needs by the Department of Homeland Security, FEMA and the American Red Cross

Living Safely with Disabilities and Special Health Needs Online Center for Safety by Children’s Specialized Hospital

What is appropriate talk and touch?

Who is a stranger?

My Child has Autism Wallet Cards

Environmental Modifications in the Home

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