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Emergency planning and preparedness for people with disabilities in Canada’s north

Source(s):  Government of Canada

This guide provides information on preparing an emergency plan and kit for people with disabilities/special needs and for caregivers. The publication acknowledges that while disasters and emergencies affect everyone, their impact on people with disabilities/special needs is often compounded by factors such as reliance on electrical power, elevators, accessible transportation and accessible communication - all of which can be compromised in emergency situations.

This guide identifies disabilities/special needs as separate categories according to a specific colour shown on each section. Its sections provide a list of suggested emergency kit items and planning tips for individuals and caregivers according to specific disabilities/special needs

Format

Format Printed documents
Number of pages/running time 72 p.

Target audiences

Primary

Group: Adults

Secondary

Group: Trainers/Teachers/Facilitators

Sub-group: Primary School Teachers

Educational usage

reading level Educational (secondary reading level)

Additional information

Published in Canada



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  • Year of publication 2016
  • Author(s) Peters, M.; Dunkin, J.
  • Language(s) English
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