AT Programs Foster Emergency Preparedness

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Graphic of a big red panic button with the word HELP

Climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic have put renewed emphasis on the needs of seniors and persons with disabilities to access essential information and stay safe during times of crises. In response, new initiatives and strategies have emerged among State and Territory AT Programs to help support emergency preparedness. AT3 Center’s latest case study spotlights innovative approaches taken in California, the US Virgin Islands, and Maryland. Read about Senior and Disability Registries, Shelter Accessibility Kits, a Disability Disaster Access and Resources pilot program, and more in the Programs Foster Emergency Preparedness Case Study.

Published On: May 3, 2021Categories: Emergency Preparedness, Program Spotlights
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