Autism Society Inland Empire
Offers classes throughout the year on different safety topics both for families and self-advocates. Check the calendar for the next scheduled workshop.
BE SAFE The Movie (BSTM)
BE SAFE The Movie uses video modeling to show teens and adults with ASD how to interact safely with the police. Actors on the spectrum and real police and teach viewers what to do in different police, encounters ranging from a casual meeting to an arrest. There is an evidence-based teaching tool that includes BE SAFE The Movie plus a 300-page companion curriculum. Teachers and parents can use the curriculum to help diverse learners master the essential safety skills shown in Be Safe The Movie.
Offers Trauma Informed curriculum, online training and in-service/live workshops to help staff, educators, direct support pros, self-advocates and parents confidently navigate the topic of sexuality for people with Developmental Disabilities.
15032 Red Hill Ave Suite E, Tustin CA 92780
Training presented in a fun, interactive style, training uses props, realistic scenarios and interactive activities, simple and appropriate language and examples, and repetition of key ideas to make this training stick. This program is fully customizable based on a group’s needs. Topics can include Self-advocacy skills, Self-defense vs. fighting, Home, transportation and school safety, Interacting with law enforcement, Warning signs of abuse/tricks & lures, Healthy relationships, Bullying Prevention & Intervention, Phone/Internet Safety, Simple Escape/Defense Techniques mans Safety Tool Options (canes, wheelchairs, etc.)
Inland Regional Center (IRC)
IRC holds periodic trainings for teens, adults, and families who are IRC clients on the topics of safety, self-advocacy, and sexuality. For more information contact Sarah Hartsell firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: www.inlandrc.org (see Calendar).
Autism Society Options Policy
This Resource Guide was developed to provide families and professionals with an opportunity to find resources related to autism in the Inland Empire in one place.
All information provided or published by the Autism Society Inland Empire is for information purposes only. Specific treatment, therapy or services should be provided to an individual only at the direction of the individual’s doctor, caregiver, or other qualified professional. References to any treatment or therapy option, program, service, or treatment provider are not an endorsement by the Autism Society. References of treatments, therapies, programs, services, and/or providers are not intended to be comprehensive statements. You should investigate alternatives that may be more appropriate for a specific individual. The Autism Society assumes no responsibility for the use made of any information published or provided. The Autism Society Inland Empire provides information, but it does not constitute medical or legal information. Referrals provided are suggestions to organizations that might help, but do not constitute a recommendation. The Autism Society Inland Empire cannot be held responsible for consequences that arise from individual dealings with a professional or organization. The inclusion of any organization does not imply endorsement, and omission does not imply disapproval. The Autism Society Inland Empire may add or remove organizations from this list at its discretion.