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  1. A template of emergency preparedness guidelines for federal agencies from the Interagency Coordinating Council on Emergency Preparedness and Individuals with Disabilities Subcommittee on Emergency Preparedness in the Workplace. Visit Preparing the...

  2. Find information about common reactions to traumatic events, methods for dealing with stress and when to seek professional help. Visit Managing Traumatic Stress: Tips for Recovering from Disasters & Other Traumatic...

  3. Learn about fire safety for people with developmental disabilities and their family members and caregivers. Topics include developing home exit plans and maintaining smoke detectors. Visit Online Fire Safety Course...

  4. Information from the American Red Cross to help seniors and their family members and caregivers prepare for emergencies and natural disasters. For more information, read the senior preparedness brochure. Brochure opens a PDF document. Visit Disaster Preparedness...

  5. This video from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offers information on how to prepare a plan to care for pets before, during and after a disaster. Visit Preparing Makes Sense...

  6. Tips to help people with hearing disabilities prepare for emergencies. The National Weather Service recommends that people who are deaf have radio receivers connected to bed shakers, flashing lights or...

  7. Homeowners, renters, businesses and nonprofit organizations affected by severe storms, tornadoes and flooding can apply for disaster relief assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). To apply by phone,...

  8. Provides information on self-help in coping after a disaster and what to do if additional help is needed. Visit Self Care & Self-Help Following Disasters...

  9. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Administration on Aging (AoA) recommends a three-step approach in the planning for emergencies or disasters: 1) Know the basics; 2) Have your...

  10. This booklet has printable, fill-in-the-blank forms to record important information that a person might need to take with them during emergencies. People with disabilities or their families can fill in personal details, including blood type, medications...

  11. Information from the CDC about what to do before, during and after natural disasters, such as tornadoes, earthquakes and floods. Includes information on how to stay safe during extreme heat,...

  12. Public Service Announcements (PSAs) from the CDC provide information on what to do before, during and after natural disasters, such as floods, earthquakes and wildfires. Find videos in American Sign...

  13. Information about the importance of maintaining emergency health information in order to inform emergency and rescue personnel what they need to know about you in the event of an emergency...

  14. Find tips to help people with mobility disabilities prepare for emergencies that may happen in their community. Communicating with those around you, having a radio nearby and an emergency preparedness kit...

  15. Find tips for coping for people feeling overwhelmed following natural disasters or other traumatic events. If you're feeling stressed or depressed, call 1-800-985-5990 (TTY: 1-800-846-8517) to speak with a crisis counselor 24...

  16. Tips from the American Red Cross on making an emergency plan and assembling a disaster preparedness kit for people with limited mobility or those with hearing, visual or cognitive disabilities. This link opens a...

  17. Information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on developing a family plan in the event of a disaster. Families should contact their American Red Cross chapter or local emergency...

  18. This guide from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the American Red Cross has information and resources for parents and educators about how to help children cope with the effects of disaster,...

  19. This guide from the Job Accommodation Network explains employers' legal obligation to develop emergency evacuation plans and how to include employees with disabilities in developing these plans. Visit Employers' Guide to Including Employees with Disabilities...

  20. The Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family National Center for Accessible Media provides information about media accessibility for people with disabilities. Its Digital Media Guidelines offer information for parents and teachers about how assistive technology can...

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