Autism FYI Org has been very busy this year. If you haven’t been following all year, here is a summary of who we have seen and where we went. We met with the following people in person During January – March 4th, 2016: The League for People with Disabilities (1/5/2016) David A. Greenberg, President &…Details
After presenting Police Chief Hank Stawinski of Prince George’s County Police Department with 900 decals, Jay Korff came to see how Autism FYI Org functions and why it is important. We appreciate his interest and talent bringing our mission to the public so succinctly. Click on the link above to watch the video and read the…Details
Prince Georges County Police Chief Stawinski met with Autism FYI to talk about the National Registry and to accept 900 of the 1800 decals they need to help officers in responding to a situation or emergency that involves someone on the Autism Spectrum. PGCPD is happy to have the Registry with emblem to assist them in keeping…Details
Captain Salvas accepted 301 decals for their Sheriff’s Department on Thursday February 25th,2016. They also received our Power Point Training module to help educated the deputies about Autism. We appreciate the time and attention to the Autism Community.
The Honourable Theodore Sophocleus met The Benjamins and Michelle Reedy to discuss the organization’s plans with the Registry, workforce and village. He was so attentive and helpful. He has asked that we present to the House of Delegates March 25th to inform all Delegates about our organization. We are thrilled with his support and help…Details
We would like to thank Delegate Edith Patterson from Charles County for taking the time to meet with us and offer so much support. We look forward to working closely with her to bring Autism and safety into the forefront for legislation. Community safety for all members of our society requires special considerations for some…Details
Autism FYI will be exhibiting February 7 and 8 at the Winter Conference for the NSA. We will reveal our newest decal to help Emergency Responders. Stay tuned to our blog and website for the release 2016 Winter Conference
Lt. Daniel B. Lasher, the Director of Operations at the Allegany County Detention Center, and President of the Maryland Correctional Administrators Association (MCAA) invited Autism FYI Org to present to the meeting at the Howard County public Safety Training center. The Benjamin’s were able to present Autism FYI Org’s Registry and proposed training plans for Sheriffs…Details