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Explaining emergency training

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The Bedford Special Education Parents Advisory Council, along with local fire, EMT and police officials, will give a public presentation tomorrow evening on the training the emergency responders have received for managing situations that may include the special needs population. The training program was developed by Bill Cannata, a fire captain in Westwood and statewide coordinator for the Autism and Law Enforcement Education Coalition, a program dedicated to fostering an understanding of autism spectrum disorders among public safety and law enforcement personnel. The program will be held at 7 p.m. in the Common Meeting Room at the Police Station, 2 Mudge Way. - Nancy Shohet West

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