BE SAFE went on the road in 2014, learn more about these terrific events!
Por primera vez en México, el evento interactivo de CUíDATE que reúne a las personas con autismo y la policía local, el 10 de noviembre en la Universidad CETYS. Gracias a Liliana Plumeda de CANAM por la invitación de presentar este tema importante y a los oficiales que asistieron: Ana Retes Romo, Rosa Moreno Moreno, Hortenzia Valenzuela, Isabel Amezquita, Lorena Guerreo y Ariel Morales Aguirre.
Nearly 500 parents and educators were fascinated to learn about BE SAFE The Movie and the Teaching Edition at the Second International Autism Conference held in Los Cabos. This is a new topic for this audience but the interest and need were clear.
The enthusiastic SW SELPA audience welcomed timely safety information at this BE SAFE Interactive Screening Juan de Anza Elementary School Auditorium. They appreciated the opportunity to meet, talk to and practice safety skills with local law enforcement officers.
A very enthusiastic audience attended this event sponsored by The Autism Program – University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign & The Rural Champaign County Special Education Cooperative. Mayor Don Gerard stopped by…
More than two dozen parents, educators and service providers earned 6 CEUs as they learned how to maximize use of BE SAFE Teaching Edition. The day flew by…
Mission Possible is a wonderful safety experience for police officers, deputies, and the autism community. Officers Experience Autism,™ trying hands-on activities designed by BE SAFE creator Emily Iland. The simulations help officers…
At our webinar “Don’t Leave Safety to Chance”, hosted by Family Matters, we learned how BE SAFE tools can help YOU teach others to be safe! Topics include priming, video modeling, role-play and interviews Parents, educators, service providers and agency staff, click HERE to listen to the archived webinar.
We had a full house at the Interactive Screening hosted by Family Focus Resource Center at the Chimbole Cultural Center in Palmdale CA.
Thank you Autism Unites for hosting our BE SAFE Interactive Screening in Culver City as featured on NPR’s All Things Considered Broadcast.
Officer Carroll and Officer Shackleton of the Anchorage Police Department did a great job interacting with the audience at our Alaska Interactive Screening at the BP Energy Center.
For University Credit, sponsored by the Autism Society of Alaska. Parents, Teachers and other Professionals learned to use BE SAFE Teaching Edition with diverse learners.
BE SAFE Interactive Screening in Spanish hosted by South Central LA Regional Center and the Autism Society of Los Angeles at Bell Community Center. The fourth BE SAFE event funded by The California Wellness Foundation (TCWF).
BE SAFE Interactive Screening hosted by South Central Los Angeles Regional Center and the Autism Society of Los Angeles. The third of 4 BE SAFE events funded by The California Wellness Foundation (TCWF).
BE SAFE Interactive Screening hosted by Hidden Wings, Los Olivos California Donna Brown, wife of Santa Barbara Sheriff Bill Brown, was a guest of honor at the event in beautiful Los Olivos.
Interactive Screening at the Future is Now Support Group, Hawthorne, hosted by Mychal’s Place and the Autism Society of Los Angeles. Second of 4 BE SAFE events funded by The California Wellness Foundation.
Parent training in Spanish with Parents of Exceptional Kids and the Autism Society of Los Angeles, Bell Gardens. The first of 4 BE SAFE events funded by The California Wellness Foundation.
BE SAFE Interactive Screening in Tucson Arizona sponsored by the Tucson Alliance for Autism. Officers from the Tucson Police Department and Tucson School Police created a fun and friendly evening.
Free BE SAFE Interactive Screening, Valencia Library, Santa Clarita CA. Six deputies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Santa Clarita Station provided a lot of 1:1 attention.
BE SAFE Interactive Screening and Resource Fair with Reid’s Gift, Thousand Oaks, CA. We were so happy that LAPD Officer Elizabeth Reyes, who appears in our movie, could join us for an Interactive Screening.
BE SAFE parent training in Spanish with Grupo Angeles, UC Irvine Health Center. One hundred parents and young adults with ASD came to the Spanish Premiere of BE SAFE The Movie.
BE SAFE Interactive Screening with College Internship Program, Berkeley at the Berkeley Public Library. Dozens of young adults with learning differences were engaged with interactive activities.