Bridge Builders Workshop

Let's build bridges.

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You don't have to live with anxiety and fear of your Special Needs loved one being misunderstood by YOUR Police and First Responders.


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Asking your Police and First Responders to meet and familiarize themselves with your loved one is a VALID and REASONABLE request.


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Take ACTION today to feel HEARD, RESPECTED, and UNDERSTOOD by YOUR Police and First Responders

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All The Tools You Need

  • Instant lifetime access to my 5-step Bridge Builders Workshop

  • Workbook and guide

  • Special Needs Profile for First Responders

  • Ice-Breaker Material

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You will learn...

Whom to Contact

Navigating the titles, rank structure, and assignments of a police department can be complex and intimidating.  Together, we will identify the PERFECT individual to contact.


How to Contact 

We will analyze the best approach, style, and tone to ensure maximum impact and response.  I will give you INSIDER TIPS on the structure, culture, and psychology of a 21st Century Police Agency.

Handling Obstacles

We will evaluate and overcome obstacles, objections, and barriers to ensure your family is heard and understood.

About Your Coach

Captain (R) Gerald Turning Jr.


In 2012, Gerald Turning began writing about his experiences as an autism dad and established the successful blog:

Bacon and Juiceboxes

He earned a following of over 35,000 fans who share his family’s challenges and triumphs.

Jerry also served 25 years as a municipal police officer, and recently retired from the rank of Captain to pursue his life's mission of educating the world about the remarkable individuals on the Autism Spectrum like his son, Eric. 

Jerry served most of his police career as a decorated K-9 Handler, Trainer, and Unit Supervisor. He also served as Internal Affairs Commander, Patrol Division Commander, and policy writer for his police department.

Jerry recently published his first novel, drawing from his experience as a police officer and special needs dad:

Desperate Pursuits

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Advocate for your family.  Let me help.

I truly believe this is the single most important step you can take to ensure your Special Needs loved one is SAFE, RESPECTED, and UNDERSTOOD by YOUR Police and First Responders.
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The Workbook