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
For more information on Franklin Regional Council of Government’s emergency preparedness initiatives serving Franklin County, check out their website 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: .
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 (); (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:
An ADA Guide for Local Governments: Making Community Emergency Preparedness and Response Programs Accessible to People with Disabilities: