Stranger Safety

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Welcome to Pops Spedster's Place, where special education teachers, parents and students will find instructional supports and accommodations for people with intellectual disabilities resulting from low incidence and acquired impairments. At Pops Spedster's Place, we use Developmentally Appropriate Instruction (DAI) to teach academic and functional skills related to developmental assessments and Common Core State Standards.

 

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Daily Living
Community Living
Vocational Supports
Transition Skills
 

Street and stranger safety issues are a major concern for those of us who work in community-based settings with people whose cognitive functioning is impaired. Many health conditions have behavioral components that include the inability of individuals to distinguish between people who can be trusted in the community and people who are suspicious.

The following visual supports can be used to rehearse people with developmental disabilities about the predictability of safe interactions in community settings.

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Copyright 2009 Popspedster and Company
Last modified: 3/30/2014
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POPS SPEDSTER AND COMPANY
1627 GOLDCREST AVE. NW
SALEM, OR 97304

PHONE - 503-949-6776