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AUCD - SIG: Emergency Prep

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Monday, November 10, 2014 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM

Location: Meeting Room 4

Session Description

Special Interest Groups, or SIGs, are made up of individuals in the AUCD network who have a common topical interest. SIGs, which are open to anyone in the network including trainees, serve as a mechanism for sharing information, engaging in dialogue, and generating new ideas. SIGs are led by one or more individuals from the network (with AUCD staff support if needed); they typically meet in-person at the AUCD Conference and may share information via emails, conference calls, or webinars throughout the year. Because SIGs are driven by the interests of the AUCD membership, new SIGs may emerge while ones that have run their course may disband. Agenda Download the agenda at right when available. Contact Amy Goldman

 

(10 minutes)

 

Welcome & Introductions

Amy Goldman, Co-Executive Director, Institute on Disabilities

 

(15 minutes)

Updates from FEMA and ODIC
Marcie Roth, Director

Office of Disability Integration and Coordination

Department of Homeland Security/ FEMA

(10 minutes)

Public Health is for Everyone (www.phetoolkit.org)
--overview and demo

Adriane Griffen, AUCD

(15 minutes)

Resource Sharing and "Show 'n' Tell"

What's your favorite emergency preparedness tool?

What emergency preparedness tools have your UCEDD/LEND created?

 

(15 minutes)

Discussion

Is your UCEDD prepared? What is your UCEDD's COOP? (if you have one, please be prepared to share!)

 

How has your UCEDD participated in emergency planning, response or recovery this year?

What planning "tables" are you at?  How did you get there?

(5 minutes)

SIG "Business"

 

Increasing the presence of emergency preparedness in the network and at AUCD

 

New chair?

(5 minutes)

Communication Throughout The Year

1. Public Health is for Everyone (www.phetoolkit.org)

--submit your practical tools and resources!

2. Share general updates
--Use our listserv (aucd_ep@lyrisvs.aucd.org)

 

 

Network Contact:

Amy S. Goldman
Co-Executive Director, Institute on Disabilities at Temple University
Student Center - Suite 411 S
1755 N.13th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19122
215-204-3862 direct
www.disabilities.temple.edu
amy.goldman@temple.edu

www.disabiities.temple.edu

 

Staff Contacts:

Adriane K. Griffen, MPH, MCHES

Director of Public Health

Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD)

1100 Wayne Avenue, Suite 1000

Silver Spring, MD 20910

Phone: 301-588-8252 x 208

Email: agriffen@aucd.org