By CBS3 Staff

RIVERSIDE, N.J. (CBS) — A South Jersey high school student is helping people with autism, with a window sticker. Joelle McElroy presented the stickers to police and fire officials from Riverside, Delanco and Delran outside of Riverside High School on Wednesday.

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The window stickers let first responders know that a person with autism lives inside. The first responders will distribute them to residents with autism and their families.

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“Now that they’re at the station, they can go collect them themselves and either put them on their car or put them on their homes,” Joelle said.

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Joelle said her next step is to take this project down the shore. She wants to make the stickers available to people renting shore homes.