New Caregiver Alert: Emergency Preparedness



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Did You Know?

Emergencies can take many forms, from winter storms, wildfires, power outages, earthquakes, to terrorism. Individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities are often at higher risk if they rely on others for care and support.

Learn who is at increased risks, how to assess for emergency preparedness, and how to plan for your specific needs in this latest Caregiver Alert by the Washington State Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA).



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Updated on Jan/30/2017

  • Create a vision for the future. Set goals. Identify helpful people and needed supports.
    Let Your Person Centered Planning Guide help you plan and prepare for each stage of life.

  • Informing Families is a partnership for better communication, provided by the Washington State Developmental Disabilities Council in collaboration with the Washington State Developmental Disabilities Administration and other partners throughout the state.