Presented by Autism Society Inland Empire and Phil Mickelson Foundation

Join us for a Free Autism & Developmental Disability Safety Day featuring fun interactive safety and law enforcement training, games, arts & crafts, vendors/resource fair, networking opportunities, mobile vaccination clinic, and free resources on bullying, fire safety, emergency preparedness, eloping, and more!

The Safety Fair will be held in partnership with the Desert Recreation District at the Indio Community Center, 45871 Clinton Street, Indio CA 92201 on Saturday, September 17th, from 11 am – 2 pm. Thanks to the State Council of Developmental Disabilities and other generous community sponsors the safety fair will also feature:

  • Mobile Vaccination Clinic presented by Riverside Public Health – Vaccine All 58
  • $50 Gift Card from Disability Rights California to anyone who chooses to be vaccinated or boostered (Limited to 200).
  • Carl’s Jr. Food Truck: First 250 who visit our Resource Fair will receive Free Carl’s Jr. Lunch
  • Meet & Greet with Indio Fire and Police

It is a regrettable fact that those with disabilities are at a higher risk of being hurt or victimized in today’s world. While anyone can be vulnerable to this type of harm, risk levels can be elevated for those with physical limitations or intellectual and developmental disabilities. It is important to educate our families on the different types of safety skills and resources available to them in the community. We want to equip our community with the knowledge and resources so we all can live a healthy life. Families can register for the Safety Fair at www.ieautism.org/events.

The Autism Society currently serves families spanning across the Inland Empire through the Coachella Valley. For over 36 years, the Autism Society Inland Empire has connected people to the resources they need through education, advocacy, support, information and referral, and community programming.

Our mission is to create connections, empowering everyone in the autism community with the resources they need to live fully. We envision creating a world where everyone in the autism community is connected to the support they need, when they need it.

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For more information about Autism Society Inland Empire programs and services please contact Beth Burt, Executive Director, at (951) 220-6922.