Arizona 2015 Partners in Preparedness Summit
Emergency Preparedness for Children and Families: Schools, families, access and functional needs planning
June 11, 2015
9:00AM – 3:00PM
Black Canyon Conference Center
9440 N 25th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ. 85021
The Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council in partnership with the Arizona Department of Health Services and the Statewide Access and Functional Needs (AFN) Taskforce invites you to participate in the 2015 Partners in Preparedness Summit. The purpose of this event is to provide education on effective processes to conduct emergency shelter health surveillance and monitoring to support children/families with access and functional needs. This summit will provide disaster education on expected community roles, issues regarding children and families with AFN, and tips on augmenting preparedness plans. Participants will engage in dialog to identify challenges during shelter and emergency evacuation operations. The target audience includes: Community Organizations, Emergency Management, Schools, Healthcare, Public Health, First Responders, Local/State/Tribal preparedness planners, support organizations that service children and families with access and functional needs.
For your convenience, please take a few moments to download a copy of the conference materials. This includes the PowerPoint slides that will be used by the presenters as well as supporting documents. Please be aware that printed materials will not be distributed at the summit. Therefore, you should either print a copy or bring a tablet or laptop with you to view them. Please note, materials are offered in both PowerPoint and PDF formats and they are provided in a compressed ZIP format. If you experience any difficulties please contact the AZSILC office at 602-262-2900.
The agenda for the 2015 Partners in Preparedness Summit is now available. Download the agenda here.
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