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Missing Children on the Autism Spectrum: Outcome Data and Insights

May 3, 2017 | 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM EDT | Webinar


Speaker: Lori McIlwain
Elopement behaviors, also known as wandering, affect 49% of children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). During the webinar, you will learn about autism and wandering basics, including a brief overview of ASD, wandering, and its unique safety risks. Six years of autism and wandering outcome data findings and insights will be discussed, as well as, the best practices for prevention and response to reduce risk. Technical Level: Basic/Intermediate

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What's In It For You

Attend this webinar to: * Review what Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is, whom it affects and its unique safety risks. * Explain what elopement behaviors in ASD are and how frequently it happens. * Listen how to prevent/respond to elopement in ASD, recognize when it is likely to happen, tools and strategies to help reduce risk, and the top locations they typically are found.

Is this training for you?

This webinar is primarily designed for Investigators (Child Protective Services and Law Enforcement), Prosecutors, Medical Professionals, First Responders, MDT Members and SAR Agencies, Child Advocacy Groups, Child Safety Advocates, Missing Person Agencies, and other child service professionals.

The following would benefit from this training:
• Community Member
• Emergency Management
• Law Enforcement
• Law Enforcement Support
• Social Workers
• Victim Service Providers

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No other dates for this training are scheduled at this time.


Contact Information

Jeanette Leitner
(877) 798-7682
leitner@fvtc.edu
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Missing Children on the Autism Spectrum: Outcome Data and Insights

Elopement behaviors, also known as wandering, affect 49% of children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). During the webinar, you will learn about autism and wandering basics, including a brief overview of ASD, wandering, and its unique safety risks. Six years of autism and wandering outcome data findings and insights will be discussed, as well as, the best practices for prevention and response to reduce risk. Technical Level: Basic/Intermediate


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Notice of Federal Funding and Federal Disclaimer This Web site is funded in part through grants from BJA, COPS, ​OJJDP, OJP, OVC, SMART, and U.S. Department of Justice. Neither the U.S. Department of Justice nor any of its components operate, control, are responsible for, or necessarily endorse, this Web site (including, without limitation, its content, technical infrastructure, and policies, and any services or tools provided).​