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For people living with disabilities, additional emergency planning could be required to ensure safety and stable health. Taking the time to understand the following guides now could mean a better outcome for you or those you know in the event of an emergency. Public Safety Canada has published an Emergency Preparedness Guide for People with […]
When an emergency happens, power outages are not uncommon. For people who have disabilities, knowing how to function independently and healthily in the event of a power outage is key. The following links can help you and those you know prepare for outages. The Canadian government outlines on their website what to do in case […]
These documents can assist emergency planners to develop and implement emergency plans for citizens who are more vulnerable. Read More ...
An emergency is rarely predictable – which is why one should know what to do when it does happen. For people with disabilities, knowing how to handle the situation independently and well could mean the difference between life and death. This post provides two immensely helpful links on this topic. The Christopher & Dana Reeve […]
Find out more about emergency evacuation options from multi-story buildings. Read More ...
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