The Monroe County Department of Public Health, Office of Public Health Preparedness (OPHP) has teamed up with the Center for Disability Rights and RIT to develop the Accessible Preparedness Project.
This project is designed to provide specific individual preparedness training to people with disabilities and access and functional needs.
Writing an Emergency Plan is the third preparedness training course for the Accessible Preparedness Project Series, gearing up the community with the knowledge and tools they need to prepare for disasters and times of emergencies.
In this course participants will learn how to write an effective emergency plan and have time to work on their personal emergency plans with guidance. Leave this class knowing you have a good foundation to build on your emergency plan, practice, and test your plan to make sure you are ready when disaster strikes. This course is FREE and only two hours. Two sessions are offered for your convenience.