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Let's Make a Plan: Personal Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities

Description:

These tools were developed as part of the Franklin County Project DEMAND (Disability, Emergency and Mohawk Area Needs).  In the context of disability and emergency preparedness, the staff decided to shift their focus from a systems level approach to building individual and group capacity. 

This group of tools - a PowerPoint, workbook and training manual - will allow public health officials to work with people with disabilities to develop personal emergency preparedness plans.  

Toolkit:

PPHR Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Access to Care, Chronic Disease, Community Design, Disability, Health Alert Network, Health Equity, Health Promotion and Health Education, Injury Prevention, Minority, Needs Assessment, Project Public Health Ready, Quality Improvement, Transportation Planning, Vulnerable Populations

Jurisdiction:

50,000 - 74,999

Institutional Author:

Franklin Regional Council of Governments, MA

Submitted:

07/01/2010

Modified:

04/14/2014

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