Be Ready: Tips for Families of Children and Youth with Disabilities & Medical Needs

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Be Ready: Tips for Families of Children and Youth with Disabilities & Medical Needs

Families with children and youth with disabilities and medical needs are known to be some of the most vulnerable in a disaster. These families have fewer resources, and they require both community and health care provider support to achieve readiness. When these families are disaster ready, they are less likely to suffer adverse consequences and are more resilient. The following toolkit of videos and accompanying infographics have been designed to meet to the diverse needs of the communities we serve.

Folder: Resources for Families
Resource classification
Audience type: Children, Parents/Families, Government Agency, Non-Governmental Organization , Preparedness Professionals
Institution type: ALL STATES
Resource type: Website (URL)
Hazard type: All Hazards
Author: EIIC & EMSC
EM Phases: Preparedness
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Version: 1
File Type: application/octet-stream
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Created Date: 06-13-2024
Last Updated Date: 06-13-2024

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