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BEFORE DISASTER STRIKES Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities

Tuesday, June 24, 2008 6:00 - 7:00 pm

An at-home, toll-free teleconference

Earthquakes, fires, floods, mud slides, power outages. They can strike fear in anyone and are an unfortunate reality for many Southern Californians. For those living with MS, they can seem overwhelming. But don’t panic. People with disabilities are often better at coping with emergencies than others. Living with MS every day teaches how to handle the unexpected. With planning, people with MS, their families and caregivers can feel confident.

Learn how you can best prepare in case of an emergency.

Featured speaker: Richard Devylder, Special Advisor to the Director & Governor on Access and Functional Needs from the State of California Office of Emergency Preparedness

Cost: FREE

Sign me up! Pre-registration is required by June 17th. Turn to the last page to register. Please call 1.800.344.4867 for more information or to register by phone.

The toll-free teleconference call-in number along with program handouts will be sent to you approximately one week before the program.

Presented in collaboration with the Pacific South Coast Chapter of the National MS Society

1.800.344.4867 programs@cal.nmss.org www.nationalMSsociety.org/cal

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