On Oct. 9, GET SAFE founder & executive director Stuart Haskin traveled to Sacramento to present the opening keynote address for the 28th annual Supported Life Conference. This year’s theme was “Proactive… Progressive… Productive,” and Safety Stu took to the stage to open the two-day conference and speak to attendees about self-advocacy, leadership and how…Details
October is National Bullying Prevention Month and awareness of this harmful behavior is on the rise; parents are beginning to realize that it’s not just child’s play, but a serious problem with serious effects. Not to say that the numbers are down, but campaigns against bullying are up, raising awareness for the 1 in 4…Details
October is National Bullying Prevention Month! Pledge to be a GET SAFE BACKOFF! Buddy today and help us put a stop to bullying!
We are pleased to announce that State Council on Developmental Disabilities (SCDD) has awarded GET SAFE five new contracts for Cycle 37 Grants (2014-2015). SCDD is established by state and federal law as an independent state agency to ensure that people with developmental disabilities and their families receive the services and supports they need. We are ecstatic about…Details
We hope everyone survived their first week back at school! Here’s a little something to help… GET SAFE student tips for bullying prevention!
Stuart Haskin and Molly Kennedy present in the theater of Natural History Museum (09/04/14). September 30th marked the end of State Council on Developmental Disabilities’ Cycle 36 Grants. In 2014, GET SAFE worked with Area Board 12 (serving Inyo, Mono, Riverside and San Bernardino counties) and Area Board 13 (serving San Diego and Imperial Counties)…Details