Through the collaboration efforts of professional first responders, autism subject matter experts and pediatric therapy providers, The ISAAC Foundation has developed a community-based first responder training program: Autism in the Wild.
This multi-faceted program strives to do more than simply identify the inherent challenges first responders face when interacting with members of our community touched by autism and other special needs. Its objectives are:
Department-wide coordinated training is available upon request.
AIW Trailer from The ISAAC Foundation on Vimeo.
HALF DAY TRAINING
(1 training block)
$600 plus travel expenses
FULL DAY TRAINING
(2 training blocks): $1000 plus travel expenses
Idaho POST Approved
“This will be a very helpful tool in dealing w/individuals on the ASD spectrum. I was definitely skeptical initially, but I am now excited at the prospect of the station visits.”
“Very well organized and presented. Both instructors worked great together presenting the material.”
“Excellent Instructors able to bring their personal experience to the class and explain the ‘why’.”