One of the biggest fears in public service, as well as commercial and retail businesses is: What should I do if a person with ASD has a meltdown and physically attacks me and/or my employees? How do I physically stop them, without causing bodily harm to all parties involved? There are stories of police and security horror stories in the media way too often. Do you know how to physically restrain a person with ASD? Do you know which part of the ASD body is physically weak, and if mishandled, can lead to death? Ignorance will not save you from being labeled negligent!!
Knowing the approved and safe methods to gain compliance can be lifesaving. They can also be the most important factors in keeping you, and your company, from being sued.
People also ask: "Are there ways that I can spot a bracelet or other items on a person with Autism Spectrum Disorder"? The answer is YES-and those few extra seconds may be the difference between a positive or negative outcome. The distance between you and the person with ASD can be critical. The picture cards you use to give directions are critical. The questions you ask, if possible, can get you to a positive resolution much quicker. In today's world, the smartphone and tablet, along with a group text messaging apps can provide paramount information to relevant parties in just seconds. This speed in messaging, as well as the correct actions taken, can make a big difference in resolving an ASD crisis situation.
In this webinar, our expert speaker, Jim Zalud, will reveal facts that will increase your knowledge and readiness to make physical applications in an ASD crisis situation. Jim will provide you with useful tips that will save you from doing harm to someone with Autism Spectrum Disorder and losing your job because of negligence. You will be able to save your corporation from litigation, in the event your actions result in a lawsuit.
This webinar will provide you with the benefits of CONFIDENCE, VISION, and SKILL in an autism crisis situation. You will receive a handout with tips and techniques that will assist in defusing an autism crisis situation. Attend this webinar-it may save your business from costly litigation!!
Who should attend?
Jim Zalud is a 30 year teacher of verbal, non-verbal, and body language skills. Jim has spoken to police departments, colleges, and corporations throughout the Midwest. He has completed Crisis Intervention Training, and is a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association. Jim is currentl... More info