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Older Adults & Those with Health Concerns
For People Who are Elderly or Have a Disability
Preparedness for People With Disabilities
been designed to help people who have physical,
visual, auditory, or cognitive
disabilities to prepare for natural disasters
Limited English Proficiency (LEP) as well as information in other languages:
Are You Prepared to
Handle Diabetes During a
If you have diabetes and are wondering whether you're prepared for a unexpected disaster, then head for the website of the American Association for Diabetes Educators. There you'll find a Diabetes Disaster Response Toolkit that contains an abundance of information on nearly every aspect of getting prepared and helping your local diabetes community do the same. The toolkit, which was put together by the Alamo Association of Diabetes Educators in Texas, will help any educator or member of the public get ready to handle diabetes during a flood, earthquake, or any other natural or human-made disaster.
More information can also be found here, at the Diabetes Health website.
Hurricane Preparedness Tips from AARP
AARP's Operation Hurricane is a complete list of tips, in both English and Espaņol for individuals and for groups. Click here to visit the site.