Cary Area Emergency Medical Services is known for their community outreach. The organization is created a Free Flu Clinic, which has vaccinated over 5,000 people since the program started and the 11th Citizens’ Academy finished up in April. Cary Area EMS launched a new community outreach program on Monday. It is an Autism Awareness Program for providers. Cary Area EMS created to provide to the public.
A government study (11-2015) reported that 1 and 45 children ages 3-17 have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The CDC reported that 3.5 million Americans have ASD. With greater awareness, these stickers can help alert EMS, Fire and Police responders that they may encounter a patient with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) when responding to a call. The stickers are available on Cary Area EMS’s ambulances and at our station at 107 Medcon Court, Cary, NC. These stickers are available at no charge. We hope these stickers will be placed in visible spots like windows, cars, car windows, bedroom and front doors to aid first responders as needed. For more information contact Chief Cohen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-380-6909.
Cary Area EMS is a Non-Profit organization established in 1971 and is part of the Wake County EMS System. Wake County is the the second fastest growing County in the United States.