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ASD Emergency Planning Resources: Video Modeling

Produced by the Autism Society of Minnesota

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[Mom at cutting board, cuts herself]


[Aaron standing over mom, who is on floor with bloody cloth wrapped around hand]

No, no, no, no-no-no, no, no, no, no, no, no.

No, no, no, no, no.

Aaron, find the phone. Call 911.

[Knock on door]

Sheriff's Department.

Sheriff's Department.

Do I…?

Sheriff's Department. Hello.

Hi. How you doing? Oh


How you doing, Bud? What's going on? What's your name?


Aaron? My name's Ken. I'm a deputy. We're going to help you mom out here.



Ma'am. Medics are coming. I'm just going to take a look quick.


Aaron, you doing okay?



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