Stocking your cupboards and buying batteries aren’t the only ways to plan for emergencies. The Emergency Preparedness Conference for Persons with Disabilities has brought life saving information to the area for six years. On Thursday, June 27, The ILRC will host its seventh annual, state-modeled conference which brings together local, state and national representatives to share current and crucial information.
Lunch is provided.
This is a conference you shouldn't miss.
All participants will receive a personalized disaster plan workbook and the opportunity to speak with emergency preparedness representatives from both county and state levels.
Special Needs Transportation
Shelter in Place vs. Evacuate
Financial Planning For A Disaster
Preparing Your Child For A Storm
Important Papers & Documents
CPR Certification Course
Emergency Smartphone Applications
Service Animal and Pet Consideration
City of Jacksonville Military Affairs, Veterans and Disabled Services Division
Big Bend Health Council
American Red Cross
VISTAKON®, a division of Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc.
2013 Preparedness Partners:
Agency for Persons with Disabilities, Arc Jacksonville, BROOKS Rehabilitation, City of Jacksonville Emergency Preparedness Division, City of Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department, CVS, Duval County 9-1-1, Duval County Department of Health, Florida Department of Health, Emergency Operations Center, FEMA, Florida Department of Health, IL Foundation, and the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.