(Disaster Preparedness for) Individuals with Disabilities and Others with Access and Functional Needs

How might a disaster affect me? What are my personal needs during a disaster? By evaluating your own individual needs and making an emergency plan that ?ts those needs, you and your loved ones can be better prepared.  Here are three easy steps to start your emergency communication plan:    Read the articles……….


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