Keeping autistic people "safe & sound" is on the agenda today in Franklin
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Franklin (CBS 58)--First responders and families of those on the autistic spectrum will come together later today in Franklin for an informal meeting about keeping those with autism safety and sound in our community. Family members and caregivers will be instructed on what the families can do in emergency situations involving those with this neurological development disorder. Those organizing the event hope for open dialogue throughout the community.
The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin along with the Milwaukee County House of Correction will be putting on this free event. It runs from 4 to 6 this afternoon at the Milwaukee County House of Correction in Franklin. Space is limited, so you're asked to email [email protected] if you're interested in attending.