Autism and Safety: It Takes a Village to Keep Our Children Safe

Half of children with autism attempt to elope from a safe environment, a rate nearly four times higher than their unaffected siblings.  Join us for workshops about autism, elopers, creating safe spaces for the children that elope, and ways to protect the children's financial future.

Moderator: Aaron Carr, Special Assistant to the CEO at Atlas Strategy Group and son of
Dr. Edward Gary Carr who was an internationally recognized pioneer in autism treatment research.



Autism: Facts Vs. Myths
Melissa Nishawala, MD - Medical Director
Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinical and Research Program
NYU Langone Medical Center

Running Wild: Autism, Elopement & Wandering
Amy Davies Lackey, Ph.D.
Educational Coordinator 
Manhattan Children’s Center

Coping with Problem Behavior in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Lauren Moskowitz, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychology
St. John's University

Life Care Planning
Stuart Flaum 
Special Needs Family Planning

Breakfast will be served. 

*Workshops will begin promptly at 10am

Children who will be accessing the museum must be accompanied by a chaperone.  First 25 children complimentary.  Please indicate if you will be bringing your child.

Sponsored by: The Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Extended Home Care, 500 Men Making A Difference,  and the Brooklyn Club, NANBPWC, Inc.

April 26, 2014 at 10am - 1pm
Brooklyn Children's Museum
145 Brooklyn Ave
Brooklyn, NY
United States
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Barbara Williams

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  • rsvped +3 2014-04-21 23:04:50 -0400
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  • commented 2014-04-21 20:14:52 -0400
    You can take the #3 train to Kingston Avenue and walk from there.
  • commented 2014-04-21 19:53:12 -0400
    I will try to come,what train can I take?I live in Hsarlem by 2 or 3 on 135 street ok?
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