Following DHS listening sessions in many communities heavily impacted by natural disasters in 2017 and 2018, the Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties makes the following recommendations to state, local, territorial, and tribal emergency managers to improve the delivery of disaster assistance to disaster survivors with disabilities. The recommendations are grouped by major areas DHS covered in the listening sessions, which are: preparedness, evacuation, effective communication access for people with disabilities, sheltering, and long-term recovery.
|Recommendations for Emergency Managers for Improving Delivery of Disaster Assistance to Survivors with Disabilities||339.63 KB||04/12/2019|
|Recommendations for Emergency Managers for Improving Delivery of Disaster Assistance to Survivors with Disabilities, Spanish||320.31 KB||04/22/2019|
Last Published Date: February 24, 2020