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Let’s Make A Plan! Training Manual

Nancy Svirida, Disability Law Center, May 2007

11. Keep It Up!

●  Execute plans at school, work, restaurants, libraries, independent living centers, clubhouses, etc.

●  Review and update information lists, supplies, and contacts at the beginning of each month

●  Learn about drills in your community and try to participate

12. Community Resources

Coming soon: www.franklincountyprepares.org

For more information on Franklin Regional Council of Government’s emergency preparedness initiatives serving Franklin County, check out their website http://www.frcog.org/services/emergency/index.php or write them at 425 Main Street, Suite 20, Greenfield, MA 01301-3313 or call them at 413-774-3167.

Directions: Resources for Your Child’s Care, is a manual for families of children with special health care needs.  To obtain a copy of this manual, which includes a section on emergency preparedness, please visit this site: http://www.mass.gov/dph/fch/directions/index.htm.

MassSupport provides information, education, and referral services specifically geared toward the psychological impact of natural and/or man-made disasters.  MassSupport consists of: (1) a website (http://www.mass.gov/samh/); (2) a toll-free, 24/7 informational telephone line (866-237-8274); and (3) associated print materials.  The print materials are general in nature and include a Family Disaster Plan and a Family Emergency Card.  These materials can be downloaded or sent to you at no cost.

National Center on Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities:

http://www.disabilitypreparedness.org/

An ADA Guide for Local Governments: Making Community Emergency Preparedness and Response Programs Accessible to People with Disabilities:

http://www.usdoj.gov/crt/ada/emergencyprep.htm

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