FSU CARD – Safety Kits


We have a limited number (150) of Safety Kits to give to our registered clients who have a tendency to wander away or have limited safety awareness. Each kit includes:

2 door alarms

2 cabinet safety locks

2 seat belt covers

2 “Water Watcher” lanyards (1 English, 1 Spanish)

1 FSU CARD magnet


Thank you to Leon County Sheriff’s Office for donating the Autism Awareness Seat Belt Covers and your generous donation to help us create these kits! We LOVE our community partner’s.


If possible, please pick up your kit at your regional CARD office. We have offices in Tallahassee, Panama City, and Pensacola. For those who do not live close to a regional office, we will do our best to connect you with your regional CARD consultant for pick up, or mail the kit to you.


Tallahassee Office:

2312 Killearn Center Blvd. 

Bldg. A

Tallahassee, FL 32309.


Panama City Office:

FSU PC Campus,

4750 Collegiate Drive

Barron Bldg., Rm A303

Panama City, FL 32405


Pensacola Office:

One Pensacola Plaza

125 West Romana Street

Suite 222

Pensacola, FL 32502 


FSU CARD – Seat Belt Covers

Seat Belt covers are provided through a partnership with Leon County Sheriff’s Office. Requests from Leon county residents with autism will be given priority.

If you are not already signed up as an FSU CARD client, we encourage you to complete the FSU CARD application online at: https://fsucard.com/services/becoming-a-client/

All clients must have a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.

Please email [email protected] or call 850-644-4367 if you have any questions.



The FSU Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) is dedicated to providing individuals with Autism or related disabilities, their families, and professionals who work with them with free consultation, resources, and educational support to build knowledge, infrastructure, sustainability, and capacity within the community.

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