On Monday night at 8pm, be sure to tune in for our newest episode of Hope Saves the Day on Autism Radio Tonight's Show is with Host Paul Cimins Who Interviews Tara Heidinger President of Cameras In Special Needs Classrooms.
Tara is the owner of Cameras In Special Needs Classrooms. She had added and shared hundreds of parents stories of their special needs child coming home with unexplained marks and bruises, restrained and injured, neglected, raped, and killed while in staff care. I want them in all classrooms and am taking baby steps due to funding. I am focusing on the children with troubles in communication and can not tell what happens to them. I am currently working on a Bill with someone in my district for Ohio schools. We plan on moving this Bill all the way to the capitol. Cameras will also help staff with any false accusations, watching and learning about each child closely, gives parents the opportunity to see their child's education closer with out being inside classrooms disrupting the class. Cameras can also help schools save money on law suits, lawyers, court fees, and settlements. All that is paid by tax dollars. California just paid out a total of 16 families of 16 million dollars. 1 took 8 years!. So many pros on why cameras are needed. Privacy concern has been schools problem on oking the cameras. No private documents will be seen and classrooms are public areas like the hallways. Let me know if you are interested. I would love to see more parents and staff input. Thank you.