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If you or someone close to you has a disability or other access or functional need, you may need to take additional steps to prepare yourself and your family. Including creating a Family Emergency Plan and Kit that addresses the specific health and safety needs for you and your family. Your Family Emergency Plan, should address for any specific medical support, transportation, and/or communication needs for you and your family. In your emergency kit, consider adding those specific items that both you and your family will need in order to maintain health, safety and independence.
Persons with Access and Functional Needs are those individuals with function-based needs (related to a restriction or limited ability to perform activities normally considered routine) that may require assistance before, during, and /or after a disaster or an emergency. This may include, but is not limited to:
Depending on your specific needs or the needs of a family member consider adding the following to a basic emergency kit:
Think about the overall health and safety needs of you and your family members when you make your Family Emergency Plan. Consider what needs you or your family may have should you have to shelter-in-place or evacuate to a different location. Be sure to:
Develop back-up plans for personal assistance services, hospice care, or other forms of in-home assistance.
Transportation and Evacuation