Coming in 2019
*Exclusive content from world-renowned experts in the field of Autism. Making the Aspergers101.org award-winning website the forefront in credible and lifelong information of living your best with Asperger Syndrome.
*State Policy Changes – Aspergers101 will go into the 86th Texas Legislative Session come January 2019 with a proposed new Bill benefiting those drivers with a communication impediment such as Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Deafness, Parkinson’s, Mild Intellectual Disability and more. This Bill, if passed, will allow a driver the option to register their vehicle as a person with a communication impediment so if an officer of the law pulls them over and runs their license plate, it will be known prior to approaching the vehicle that the driver may not understand the officer. Due to recent deaths resulting from such a misunderstood interaction, this passage would make Texas the first state in the union to recognize Autism by both the DPS and DMV. Jennifer Allen has the backing/support of the Texas DMV, the Texas DPS and the Texas Governors Committee on People with Disabilities.
*Aspergers101 “on the road” Conferences, trainings and workshops scheduled throughout 2019.
*Exclusively Train UT Health Science Center’s Doctors-in-Training on humanizing families and those diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
*Launch Aspergers101 Video Training Downloadable Section on Aspergers101.org target date: August 2019. Includes law enforcement, parents, educators and churches.
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