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Earthquake tips for people with disabilities

Source(s):  Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco

This fact sheet is designed to provide a checklist for activities for people with disabilities to improve your emergency preparedness in an earthquake. It is designed to be used in conjunction with regular American Red Cross preparedness information and Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco's EARTHQUAKE TIPS FOR PEOPLE WITH A SPECIFIC DISABILITY (i.e., Mobility, Visual, Communication, Cognitive, Psychiatric, Hearing, etc.), TIPS FOR COLLECTING EMERGENCY DOCUMENTS, and TIPS FOR CREATING AN EMERGENCY HEALTH INFORMATION CARD. Without all four tip sheets, you do not have all the information you need to be prepared.


Format Printed documents
Sub-format Factsheets

Target audiences


Group: Special

Sub-group: people with disabilities

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Published in United States of America

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