No jaywalking restriction sign: An arrow supplementary plate is mounted to indicate the direction of an appropriate crossing for pedestrians. Description from commons.wikimedia.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images
AUTISM SAFETY TIP: You can put Stop sign visuals on doors and windows to help prevent eloping and wandering incidents. Print, cut, stick, or tag yourself to keep this on hand. Tons of parents and teachers swear by this simple visual prompt. Also, check out the link for 5 easy, inexpensive, and quick ways to keep your child safe. Repin and pass it on!
Keeping your autistic child safe--This has lots of practical tips for parents AND a great list of Autism Safety Resources for purchasing devices to help you in your specific situation. Technology has sure changed for the better since my daughter with autism was little.