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How to Prepare for an Emergency or Disaster for People with Disabilities and How to Get Help in the Aftermath

November 30, 2012

Are you prepared for an emergency or a disaster? Do you know what to include in an individual or family emergency survival kit or evacuation kit?

Do you know how to contact those who may assist you in an emergency or disaster?

Have you considered trying to assist people with disabilities in communities in time of disaster, but do not know how to go about it? See our guide at How to Donate or Provide Assistance for People with Disabilities

Consider the options provided in this guide and check back with us. As we learn more about organizations that are assisting in relief efforts, we will list the information here on this guide. Bookmark our guide and remember to refresh the page on your browser each time you visit.


Select the Emergency Disaster topic of your choice from the links below:


How to Prepare for a Disaster for People with Disabilities, their Families and Caregivers


Safety During and in the Aftermath of a Disaster

Flood

Emergency Shelters


How to Get Help in the Aftermath of a Disaster

FEMA Information


Local Resources

New York


Hawaii


How to Deal Emotionally with a Disaster or Get Counseling


How to Contact Family or Friends During a Disaster


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