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Emergencies and disaster happen quickly and without warning, forcing people to evacuate or shelter in their home. This can be challenging for anyone but for a person with a disability it can a matter of life and death. In other disaster situations like Hurricane Katrina, and Hurricane Sandy people with disabilities were most affected and were among the highest casualties.
It is important to plan ahead so you are prepared. Our video training and booklet gives you tips on staying informed, creating a support group, assembling a kit, and having plan. These tips provide people with disabilities guidance in managing communication, equipment, pets and home hazards. The material is based on the Ready Now training developed in partnership with Oregon Office on Disability Health.
Links to a printable version of the workbooks and the various accessible versions of the training can be found below and in the navigation bar. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-823-9970.
This takes you to ready.gov's Make a Plan site, which has specific information for people with disabilities, families, seniors, kids, pet owners and more!
self-preparedness training with American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation
Emergency self-preparedness training with voice description/audio narration
Emergency self-preparedness training with open captions
Emergency Preparedness Training with Russian Subtitles
Emergency self-preparedness video with spanish captions
Emergency Self-Preparedness training for people with disabilities video
Word version of training workbook