Sometimes emergency preparedness advice can be overwhelming. Do you or someone in your household have a disability? Here are three things you can do to get started with preparing for a natural disaster or another emergency.
In the wake of recent disasters, working together to support one another—especially those most vulnerable—is critical.
In the event of a natural disaster or other emergency, a custom go-bag can make a big difference for a successful evacuation.
AT users! Are you ready for National Preparedness Month? Below are tips, gadgets, and apps gleaned from the wisdom of the national network of State and Territory AT Act Programs for your consideration.
Thank you, Elaine Morse, MSW, LICSW, for collaborating on our post series about face mask communication challenges for the D/deaf community during COVID-19.
Learn how AT Programs are supporting emergency preparedness with unique strategies and tools for individuals with disabilities and seniors.
State and Territory Assistive Technology (AT) Programs are going the extra mile to help with accessible vaccine distribution.
The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an FCC program to help households struggling to pay for internet service during the pandemic.
I purchased a UV sanitizing bag. There’s no way to know if it works.
Thank you, Elaine Morse, MSW, LICSW, for explaining some unintended consequences of face masks on the d/Deaf community and the challenges to sewing a solution.