Parents with autism encouraged to put 'yellow dot' stickers in car windows
If you have a child with autism, a simple sticker can help them to be a lot safer. Here's how.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- If you have a child with autism, a simple sticker can help them to be a lot safer.
The University of Louisville's Kentucky Autism Training Center is encouraging drivers to put a yellow dot sticker in their car. That way, first reponders will know a car crash victim may have autism.
Stickers are to be placed in the lower-left corner of the driver-side rear window.
You can get your yellow dot stickers at the Autism Center, at 1405 East Burnett Avenue. You can also email Heidi Cooley-Cook at email@example.com.
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