Preparedness for People with Disabilities
Personal Emergency Preparedness Checklist by The Department of Veteran Affairs
This 2-page brochure is part of the VA Terrorism Readiness Plan, and provides preparedness tips for those with special needs.
Preparedness planning for people with special needs
Babies, young children, the physically challenged and the elderly need special consideration when developing your disaster preparedness plan.
Preparing for Disaster for People with Disabilities and other Special Needs
From the FEMA Library, download this emergency plan document (in English and Spanish) to help those caring for people with disabilities plan and protect themselves, family, friends, personal care assistant and others in the support network in the event of an emergency. Post the plan where everyone will see it, keep a copy with you and make sure everyone involved in your plan has a copy.
Emergency Preparedness: Disability.gov
This section of Disability.gov includes information that people with disabilities, their families, employers, and first-responders need to know about actions that should be taken before, during, and after emergencies.
Emergency Evacuation Planning Guide for People with Disabilities
This 61-page Emergency Planning Guide for Persons with Disabilities is provided by the National Fire Protection Association at www.nfpa.org. It offers several types of evacuation plans based on the type of disability.
The Federal Relay site provides an internet and telecommunications based service for individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, and/or have speech disabilities, including federal employees, for communications with and within the Federal Government.