Local Newspaper: Lanyard to help autistic teenagers become more independent


Our Chairperson, Emily Ma, appears in this week’s (6th November 2017) edition of the Whitehorse Leader to introduce the Lanyard to help autistic become more independent.

A note from the news – ” It’s hoped that children who have autism will wear the lanyard while using public transport, and will be recognised by people such as station staff or police officers as a person who may not react as they would expect if approached, or may need additional assistance should anything go wrong.”

* The Autism ID and lanyard are for people who wish to use it and it is not compulsory by law.

The Autism ID Card and Lanyard Information Session

Date:     15 Nov 2017 (Wed)
Time:    10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Venue:   Monash Council Civic Centre
Function Room, Level 1
293 Springvale Road, Glen Waverley

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