One out of 54 people have Autism or are on the spectrum. These are people and children with invisible disabilities. They are referred to as people with invisible disabilities because no one can immediately see they may require special considerations or special needs. Unfortunately, it’s far too often law enforcement officers react recklessly when interacting with children with invisible disabilities because of their preconceived notions and biases. The goal of the Kids with Disabilities Training is to educate and provide a roadmap on how to interact, respond and keep kids with invisible disabilities safe.