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Autism Awareness w/ Helen Taylor

Captain Hunter's Podcast

Release Date: 11/03/2019

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Today most of us have some awareness of autism and other challenges that inhibit some people's social skills. Today's episode we will explore what autism is and how many police officers are receiving training on how to deal with persons dealing with these challenges. It is important for vulnerable populations to be heard and understood. Fortunately, there are advocates like Ms. Helen Taylor, who is on the front lines disseminating information and championing their cause.

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