EMS & Fire Rescue

This 16 minute video illustrates autism related first responder dispatches while offering tips and tactics to enhance communications and manage sensory influences that can cause behavioral outbursts in the field and emergency room. State-of-the-art editing, creative scenarios, persons with autism and action make this video the perfect tool for professional fire-rescue and emergency medical services to train first responders on how to interact with people with autism.

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The Autism, Fire-Rescue and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Digital Video features children with autism at various points on the autism spectrum, interviews with and advice from with Fire-Rescue and Emergency Medical Services autism training experts, and scenarios developed from real life field situations.

This 16 minute video illustrates autism related first responder dispatches while offering tips and tactics to enhance communications and manage sensory influences that can cause behavioral outbursts in the field and emergency room. State-of-the-art editing, creative scenarios, persons with autism and action make this video the perfect tool for professional fire-rescue and emergency medical services to train first responders on how to interact with people with autism.

Our training teaches critical decision making and safety skills to find success when interacting with a person with autism. The Autism, Fire-Rescue and Emergency Medical Services Digital Video brings that message home to any training situation.

Filmed in San Diego, Boston, Michigan and Florida in 2007 and 2008. Edited by Dave Legacy, an Emmy Award winning videographer and editor (formerly with CBS and FOX affiliates in Detroit). Produced by Dennis Debbaudt and Dave Legacy Productions. Port Saint Lucie, Florida. Released in March, 2009. 16 minutes.

The Autism, Fire-Rescue and Emergency Medical Services Digital Video was developed for use in conjunction with approved training curriculum and by qualified trainers. It is intended to bring meaning and understanding to people with autism when this condition is discovered during field situations. The information, tips and options contained in this video are not intended to take the place of a more comprehensive training session.

Contact Dennis by email at ddpi@flash.net or by phone at (772) 398-9756 for training session, instructor training, video and subject matter information.

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16 minutes

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