The Community Preparedness Webinar Series Presents…Evacuation of Students with and without Access and Functional Needs
Monday, April 25, 2011, 12 PM EST
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Join us for a webinar on Evacuating Students With and Without Access and Functional Needs. Marcie Roth, director of the Office for Disability Integration and Coordination at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Richard Devylder, Senior Advisor for Accessible Transportation at the U.S. Department of Transportation, will be providing strategies for planning and responding to the needs of children during evacuations.Both are national leaders in planning for and responding to the needs of children and adults with disabilities and others with access and functional needs. The webinar will be an opportunity to look at planning and responding from a functional needs perspective and a universal team approach.
Related links and resources
- Drop, Cover, and Hold On: Modifications for People with Disabilities or Access and Functional Needs (Cal EMA) [PDF, 442 KB]
- Feeling Safe, Being Safe Workbook (CA DDS)
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Additional information about this webinar
This webinar is free to the public and will accommodate the first 500 visitors that enter the site. This webinar will last approximately one hour. In addition to airing live, the webinar will be recorded and viewable at a later date and linked from this web page. The live webinar will offer Closed Captioning and a transcript of the webinar will be posted with the recorded version of the webinar.
The National Office of Citizen Corps
FEMA Individual & Community Preparedness Division
U.S. Department of Homeland Security