Greenbelt News Paper publishes the Police Departments partnership with Autism FYI Org and National Registry. GNR20160728Details
Prince George’s County Council member Deni Taveras of the second District covering areas near Adelphi and Hyattsville had her Chief of Staff meet with Autism FYI to hear about the mission of Autism FYI and the National Registry for safety of those on the Autism Spectrum. We appreciate her time and hope the Council member…Details
Come Join the Fun at the Prince George’s County Family and Friends Day 2016 at Show Place Arena July 31st, 2016 from 3-6 pm. in Upper Marlboro, MD . The Event is free! Click to RSVP you will be there. http://tinyurl.com/familyfriendsday2016 We look forward to seeing you there.Details
Seat Pleasant Police Department’s acting Chief E.Earl Ivy and Officer Brian Stevens met with Dr. James Benjamin, CEO of Autism FYI and Executive Administrator Natasha Seaforth. After hearing about the National Registry and the many benefits it provides those on the Spectrum as well First Responders, he agreed to partnered with AFYI to bring the…Details
Commander Ronnie Stevens of New Orleans District 6 precinct met with AFYI to discuss and learn how the national registry can help the Autism Community as well as the officers serving New Orleans. He was so responsive he connected us with the NOPD’s community outreach officer, Lt. Jonette Williams. She met…Details
The sights , sounds, tastes, and people of New Orleans made our trip to the ASA National Conference one of the most enjoyable and successful work trips yet for AFYI. Michelle Reedy and myself, Joyce Benjamin, met with so many dynamic mothers, fathers, grandparents, teachers, ASA Chapter members, business owners, and volunteers. It was…Details
Lt. Jonette Williams, New Orleans PD Community Outreach Officer, met with AFYI prior to the Autism Society of America’s 2016 National Conference. She was anxious to see how our National Registry could be integrated into their current training program. We were directed to her after meeting with Commander Ronnie Stevens of the 6th District, NOPD.