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How to Prepare for an Autism Emergency LIVE Q & A

Please join us for a live chat, on Nov 15th at 4-5 pm EST Dennis Debbaudt, of  www.autismriskmanagement.com, will present “How to Prepare for an Autism Emergency.”

Dennis Debbaudt is the proud father of Brad, a young man who has autism. In the 1980’s,
Dennis wrote for the Detroit News and worked with network television current affairs
programs in the U.S., Canada and United Kingdom. A professional investigator and journalist
since 1977, Dennis turned his attention to autism spectrum conditions in 1987 after his son
was diagnosed with autism. His first report Avoiding Unfortunate Situations was published in
1994. He’s since authored over 30 articles, books and chapters including Autism, Advocates
and Law Enforcement Professionals: Recognizing and Reducing Risk Situations for People with
Autism Spectrum Disorders for Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London UK (2002), Contact with
Individuals with Autism: Effective Resolutions for the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin
(Debbaudt & Rothman, 2001), Patients with Autism and Other High Risks for the Journal of
Healthcare Protection Management (2009) and Autism in the Criminal Justice System (Taylor,
Mesibov & Debbaudt, 2009).


  1. November 14, 2011 at 3:09 pm

    Just what is an “autism emergency”? I’m autistic, and I want to know!

    • Gaye Livesay
      November 15, 2011 at 12:17 pm

      An “Autism Emergency”, from what I could gather, means there are some low functioning grown up Autistic People who, confronted by SOME Police that do not understand Autism, don’t MIX. The Police think since they do not answer questions or, who are stimming, think they might be on drugs or just unresponsive in a bad way. This is a way to teach Law Enforcement Officers how to indentify and handle a situation. I have a 15 year old Autistic Grandson who cannot speak and hits himself sometimes, he is not verbal and cannot communicate. If,by any means, he was lost the Police would need to know how to handle him. Example, He doesn’t like to be touched to much. I think that is what it means.

  2. November 14, 2011 at 7:05 pm

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  3. BJ
    November 14, 2011 at 7:54 pm

    I seeked the help of this man via email. Up-to-date I am still waiting……

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