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12 WAYS TO PREVENT, AND RESPOND TO, ASD WANDERING

9) INITIATE “TAG” SYSTEM DURING FAMILY GATHERINGS OR OTHER “HIGH COMMOTION” EVENTS

::  Recognize that many incidents occur during a family gathering, school function or transition
:: Initiate a “tag” strategy - a well-coordinated system that TAGS the adult who is to closely supervise the individual. Explain the tag system to those who may be responsible for watching your child/adult and make sure they understand the expectations and their responsibilities.
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