Warning potential sensory trigger.
The UK Emergency Alert system Test will take place on Sunday the 23rd of April at 3pm.
Noise cancelling earphones/headphones or frequency adjusting earbuds are recommended for autistic people. This alert could be very intense for an autistic person because of the differences in audible sensory processing.
Emergency Alerts is a UK government service that will warn you if there’s a danger to life nearby.
In an emergency, your mobile phone or tablet will receive an alert with advice about how to stay safe.
The government does not need to know your phone number or location to send you an alert.
You may get alerts about:
• severe flooding
• extreme weather
Emergency alerts will only be sent by:
• the emergency services
• government departments, agencies and public bodies that deal with emergencies
What happens when you get an emergency alert
Your mobile phone or tablet may:
• make a loud siren-like sound, even if it’s set on silent
• read out the alert
The sound and vibration will last for about 10 seconds.
An alert will include a phone number or a link to the GOV.UK website for more information.
You’ll get alerts based on your current location - not where you live or work. You do not need to turn on location services to receive alerts.
All our best and love
Ross Fraser and Jeni Dern
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