The cicadas are coming if they are not here already. This social narrative talks about what to expect with the cicadas and how to deal with them.
The Prepared4ALL initiative, offered by AUCD’s new Technical Assistance and Training Center on Disability Inclusion in Emergency Preparedness, is excited to announce the launch of their online training, “Prepared4ALL: Whole Community Inclusive Emergency Planning”. This free self-paced online training aims to help disability organizations increase their knowledge about emergency planning so they can begin or continue to get involved in these efforts in their local community while also building sustainable partnerships with their local emergency and public health professionals. This training is centered around the Prepared4ALL process, a strength-based model which helps organizations creatively and flexibly navigate inclusion and accessibility issues. Visit http://bit.ly/Prepared4AllOnline to learn more and enroll today!
This dashboard was created as a partnership between the Johns Hopkins Disability Health Research Center and the Center for Dignity in Healthcare for People with Disabilities as a starting point for understanding how the disability community is prioritized in COVID-19 vaccine distribution and intends to help people with disabilities determine when they qualify for a COVID-19 vaccine in their state.