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Hope
14:19
Sry you had a hurricane
Randy Phalen - SC (she/her/hers)
14:54
Hello from SC! We're dealing with the effects of the hurricane currently! Lots of wind and rain!
Hope
15:39
we have rain here too
Hope
15:55
That fairy is cute & funny! :D
Hope
19:11
brb
Richard Hollenbeck
21:24
the share screen green
Ed
28:44
what dose mr mean
Lee Reilly
29:26
MR, like a part of MSMR?
Galaxy S10e
29:31
I need to stand up for my self having problems
Lee Reilly
29:55
My Safety, My Rights (MSMR)
hope
30:01
bye
Randy Phalen - SC (she/her/hers)
31:08
I like the idea of training the local police departments! They need this knowledge to govern their interactions with citizens with disabilities! We do this at the org I work for (Able SC), and we have those on our staff with autism speak with them about sensitivity and understanding as well as educating them on best practices to engage. It's disheartening to read or see on the news how pwd are mistreated by the police force when education and training could've prevented it! Good job!
Karen Topper
31:43
MSMR - means My Safety My Rights - it is the title of her project
Reid Eaton
32:44
police in Rural Areas need to learn learn how to deal with people on the Autism Spectrum
Jessilyn Matthias
32:56
What state is she in?
Lee Reilly
33:04
Pennsylvania
Jessilyn Matthias
33:10
thanks
lweintraub@aucd.org
33:11
Can this project go on the national level
Karen Topper
33:33
Hi Reid - that is what this whole project is about. Michelle did training for her local police department
Randy Phalen - SC (she/her/hers)
34:01
Great job, Michelle! Thank you so much for sharing this.
Galaxy S10e
34:10
I have the right have to speak up to Ault
Hope
34:27
Some ppl are so stubborn & hateful that all the training in the world would not do any good
Randy Phalen - SC (she/her/hers)
35:34
Michelle - for the outcomes of the training, how did you feel about those? Did you feel like they walked away better equipped to engage with people with disabilities while on duty?
Max
36:17
If anyone has any questions, you can raise your hand in the participants box, or on camera.
Jacy Grant
36:33
Awesome job Michelle thank you for sharing this to us!!!
Danielle Underwood
36:46
Michelle created tools to share. You can find them on her SARTAC Fellow page: https://selfadvocacyinfo.org/resource/my-safety-my-rights-project/
Hope
38:14
I think I saw Liz Weintraub doing advocacy interviews
Hope
38:43
What about Darius McCollum?
lweintraub@aucd.org
40:44
thanks
Hope
41:43
yw
Courtney Hineman
41:58
I have to leave
Mark Knight Dixon
42:07
What are we talking about?
Jon
42:52
Mark we are talking about Autism
Lee Reilly
43:18
Michelle Middlemiss, a SARTAC fellow, just gave a presentation about her project. Her project was about teaching first responders about autism.
lcollupy
43:57
Community education about ASD is crucial!
Nate Clark
44:26
this my first meeting
Mark Knight Dixon
44:44
I have mild autism. I was diagnosed with it in pre-kindergarten but we did not get the official diagnosis till left middle school.
Andy cere
45:21
I was diagnosed with mr and they don't say that any more
lweintraub@aucd.org
45:51
Great point Diane
Jessilyn Matthias
45:52
What is the training information? some topics?
Hope
46:24
OMG I hate "Level" labels!
Levi Gardner
46:40
the training just for Autism or it any disability?
Nate Clark
48:20
here is additional information www.arcminnesota.org
Hope
49:40
I got bullied too
Danielle Underwood
51:24
There are also some good questions in the chat. Maybe Max can read some for Michelle to answer?
Randy Phalen - SC (she/her/hers)
52:05
I would ask mine, but unfortunately, my microphone isn't functional at the moment.
Jon
01:07:38
sprint relay will work
Nate Clark
01:08:23
what is sprint relay
Jon
01:13:12
Nate go to sprintrelay.com that will give U all the info on it
Hope
01:14:58
I thought Dysgraphia is where you have trouble writing
Hope
01:15:27
Dysgraphia is a learning disability that affects writing abilities. It can manifest itself as difficulties with spelling, poor handwriting and trouble putting thoughts on paper. Because writing requires a complex set of motor and information processing skills, saying a student has dysgraphia is not sufficient.
Danielle Underwood
01:15:28
Great job presenting, Michelle! Thanks so much for doing your Fellowship!
hope
01:16:59
bye go time toyou me
Galaxy S10e
01:17:29
bye Michelle see you soon
Hope
01:17:29
I think I might have a form of dysgraphia, as I have very poor handwriting. I could spell & read, but my writing looks terrible
Reid Eaton
01:17:56
thank you
Reid Eaton
01:17:59
bye
Nate Clark
01:18:06
thank you
jeffroy_johnson@yahoo.com
01:19:36
really great presentation. Thank you.
Max
01:19:37
If anyone has to leave now, feel free to do so. Have a nice weekend.
Nate Clark
01:20:44
can I get next zoom link for next topics
Lee Reilly
01:22:08
Nate, It will be the same link for Monday at 1:00pm.
Randy Phalen - SC (she/her/hers)
01:22:16
I love how passionate you are about this! Thank you so much for this presentation. I'll see you all next week!