In this emergency preparedness training, your workers will learn how to be prepared and correctly respond during an emergency. The Developmental Disabilities Institute’s, Elizabeth Janks, shared information about the many projects and resources available to families and individuals with disabilities at the Michigan Rare Disease Day at the State Capitol on Thursday, March 24th. Michigan Alliance For Families has created a flyer that will help explain how the effects lead has on children.
Western Theological Seminary and Hope College are hosting the 7th Summer Institute on Theology and Disability in Holland, Michigan, May 23-26, 2016. Be reminded that being a leader means a time commitment of a few hours each month for meetings as well as work in between meetings. Together, the leaders will make decisions on how to organize Self-Advocates of Michigan with support from the Michigan DD Network.
Executive Order 2015-15 was signed on November 18th, 2015, making Michigan one of the newest state to adapt the national Employment First model. Employment First is a national model of change that promotes fully integrated and community based employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Michigan Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE Act) and authorizes ABLE savings accounts to be used for spending on education, housing, transportation, employment training and support, assistive technology and personal support services, health, prevention and wellness, financial management, legal fees and other expenses. Many people with disabilities and chronic conditions fall into the ‘high risk’ category for serious flu complications, and getting the flu shot is a critical part of staying healthy and independent.
Promoting acceptance and awareness of Individuals with disabilities through advocacy and research are practices that can be taught within various professional disciplines. Every four years Beit Issie Shapiro hosts an International Conference on Disabilities that brings together a wide range of professionals to learn and collaborate on the various research methods and practices going on in the field of disabilities around the world. The 23rd Rehabiliation International (RI) World Confernce will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland on October 25th-27th 2016.
Who should attend?: Reachers, Policy Makers, Advocates, Persons with disabilities, Practitioners, and Government officals. Check out this article featured in the Prognosis E-News about the Arie Project reception celebration.
If you're a teenaged or adult brother or sister of someone with a disability, then this book is expressly for you. Edited by experts in the field of disabilities and sibling relationships, 'The Sibling Survival Guide' focuses on the topmost concerns identified in a survey of hundreds of siblings. Parents, counselors, and disability service agencies will also want a copy of this useful and upbeat book. TheAmerican Association on Health and Disability (AAHD)is pleased to announce that theNational Disability Navigator Resource Collaborative (NDNRC)has received funding for a second year. The OECD Directorate for Education launched the fellowship program in 2012 to honor its former director, Thomas J. The State of Michigan DD Network - comprised of the Developmental Disabilities Institute (DDI), the Michigan Developmental Disabilities Council (MDDC), and Michigan Protection and Advocacy Services, Inc. The Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) has issued updates to its Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document related to the implementation of the Supports Intensity Scale (SIS).
The report was officially released to the public during a press conference on September 22nd at the Capitol building in Lansing. For the 57 million Americans with disabilities, medical emergencies and natural disasters present real challenges.
571 million Americans have a disability, and anyone can be at risk for developing or acquiring one in their lifetime through illness, injury, or aging.
During disasters and emergency situations people with disabilities may need additional assistance to obtain the services they need. People with disabilities and their family members should make plans to protect themselves in the event of an emergency. The "Ready Now!" Toolkit [2.91 MB] from the Oregon Office on Disability and Health is for people with disabilities and emphasizes independence, allowing each person to address his or her specific needs. Smart911 is a free service used by public safety agencies across the country to enhance communication and response for their community. Smart911 allows you to create a private safety profile that instantly transmits information you specify to the 9-1-1 dispatcher's computer screen when you place an emergency call.
Several state-based disability and health programs around the country are now encouraging people with disabilities to sign-up for Smart911 or similar programs. The Montana Disability and Health program has created an Emergency Medical Information (EMI) kit to promote awareness of Smart911 and to offer support for people with disabilities who may need help creating their profiles, as well as provide information about available emergency preparedness materials. The Rhode Island Special Needs Emergency Registry (RISNER) is designed to identify individuals who may require special assistance during emergencies, such as people with disabilities, long-term conditions, like diabetes, heart disease, and epilepsy, and other special healthcare needs. The information submitted to the Rhode Island Special Needs Emergency Registry is shared with local and state first responders and emergency management officials. Children with disabilities are particularly vulnerable during emergency situations and caregivers need to be proactive and plan for the safety of the whole family. During an emergency, people with disabilities may require additional assistance from emergency managers or responders. The Ohio Disability and Health Program has developed two training videos on Disability and Emergency Preparedness, one targeting Emergency Planners and the other targeting First Responders. The Ohio Trauma Committee Functional Needs Work group has also developed a video to teach you how to handle service animals in emergency situations.
This is a simple, easy-to-use tip sheet with information for assisting people with a wide range of disabilities. To find more information about emergency preparedness, visit Emergency Preparedness and You.
To find more information about the health of people with disabilities, visit Disability and Health.
To find more information about disabilities, visit National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities. Campus Emergency Preparedness & Planning Office 205 South Martin Jischke Drive (765) 494-0446 CAMPUS EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS TRAINING SERIES BUILDING EMERGENCY. Your Building Emergency Plan (BEP) ? Designed to provide students, faculty, staff, and visitors information about: ? Shelter in place and Evacuation procedures for natural & human- caused events. Your Building Emergency Plan (cont) ? As a building occupant, you need to be familiar with your specific building emergency plan. Building’s Critical Operations ? This slide is applicable if you have critical operations within your facility that needs to be communicated to building occupants. Notification Procedures ? Immediate Emergency Notification: Dial 911 from a public or campus telephone.
Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) ? An Automated External Defibrillator or AED is a portable electronic device that automatically diagnoses the potentially life threatening cardiac arrhythmias of ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia in a patient, and is able to treat them through defibrillation, the application of electrical therapy which stops the arrhythmia, allowing the heart to reestablish an effective rhythm. Emergency Procedures ? Purdue’s Emergency Procedures Guide should be periodically reviewed to supplement the BEP information and develop an individual plan of action for emergencies. Evacuation Procedures (cont) ? Note location of trapped and injured victims and notify emergency responders. Building Specific Evacuation Procedures ? Evacuation procedures must take into account any specific building and occupant needs. Emergency Assembly Area (EAA) ? Primary location (should be outside, in an area away from the building): Describe the EAA location and your accounting procedures here. All-Clear Procedures ? Do not re-enter the building until the all-clear announcement is given by a Purdue Police or Fire Officer. Evacuation Guidelines for People Requesting Additional Assistance ? Check on people with additional needs during an evacuation.
Information to Assist in Emergency Response Procedures and Responsibilities For Staff Members Emergency Operations Desk Reference Presented as a Service.


Information to Assist in Emergency Response Procedures and Responsibilities For Faculty Members Emergency Operations Desk Reference Presented as a Service. What Your Emergency Procedures Brochure Covers How to Prepare for Emergencies Medical Emergencies Hazardous Gas Leaks Utility Failures Gas Leaks Explosions. Emergency Procedures Training For Faculty, Staff and Students Are you prepared for an emergency or disaster on campus? PREPARATION FOR EVACUATION DRILL THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 2011 SAFETY COORDINATOR EMERGENCY EVACUATION TRAINING. EMERGENCY EVACUATION TRAINING for BUILDING DIRECTORS Preparation for Fire Evacuation Drills.
Emergency Procedures Training For Faculty, Staff and Students This presentation will provide you with information, procedures and information when an emergency.
EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER BUILDING COORDINATORS, BUILDING PRIMARY CONTACTS & FLOOR MARSHALS DUTIES & RESPONSIBLITIES FRIDAY MAY 29, 2009. Laboratory Emergency Preparedness Prepared by: Mahjoub Labyad, MIS, Public Health Specialist Environmental Health & Safety Office 218-726-7273 Fall 2011. Clipping is a handy way to collect and organize the most important slides from a presentation. Learn what Canadian and BC laws say about providing public services in a way that is accessible to all citizens and how to implement solutions to address accessibility. Businesses, government departments and community organizations need to know how to include employees and clients with disabilities in their emergency preparedness plans.
Since 2006, we have been the provincial leader in helping communities develop inclusive emergency plans.
DABC has developed this program out of our extensive work with community stakeholders, including first responders, government departments and disability organizations.
We'll show you how to do a hazards assessment of your worksite and plan emergency drills with staff. SITE will show you how to gather self-assessment information from your staff to help you create an emergency plan. The ability to communicate quickly with all employees and clients is critical during an emergency. You will receive a copy of our guide Workplace Emergency Planning for Workers with Disabilities that covers many of the topics from the SITE training, as well as a wealth of other resources. Canadians with disabilities account for an estimated $25 billion a year in consumer spending and influence the purchase decisions of 12 to 15 million other Canadians.
CMIST stands for the following needs: Communication, Medical, Functional Independence, Supervision, and Transportation. This approach to emergency planning and response offers a different way to consider the range of needs of the people in your local community. CMIST and the DTA workshop can make your emergency planning and response more comprehensive and inclusive.
Through presentation, table top exercises, small and large group discussions, you will gain understanding of how disabilities impact a person’s ability to respond in emergencies and you will take away planning and response solutions you can implement to meet those needs.
Every participant will receive a CMIST worksheet template and the booklet, Creating Safe Communities. DABC produced a handbook for employers and workers, Workplace Emergency Planning for Workers with Disabilities.
Approximately 660,000 British Columbians are seniors; 638,000 are living with a disability. DABC is the only organization in BC, and one of a few across Canada, with expertise in emergency planning for people with disabilities. Our goal is to strengthen and expand our community responses to emergencies, so people with all levels of ability are included. You can donate to DABC (formerly BCCPD) quickly and easily by clicking on this Canada Helps button. See our resources on how people, organizations and communities can prepare for emergencies. This training defines the different types of emergencies and emphasizes the importance of preparation. The high costs incurred to treat health complications are staggering and push those affected into living in poverty, many reliant on public subsidy programs.
The Summer Institute on Theology and Disability is a four day intensive institute that brings together leading scholars and writers in the areas of theology and disability with clergy, religious leaders, practitioners, laity and others who are interested and involved in inclusive ministries and faith supports. The model includes an initiatives for more job training opportunities, mandates on work place accommodations and equal access to state minimum wage laws. The Partnership for Health and Disability is offering resources you can use to help your constituents get the facts – and get the shot. Included in the list of presenters for this years' international conference in Tel Aviv, is Elizabeth Janks, LSMW from the Developmental Disabilities Institute (DDI) at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. This conference is expected to host over 1,000 delegates from all over the world to discuss the theme of inclusivity and how to tackle issues which impact the lives of individuals with disabilities everywhere. You can also check for early bird and special rate discounts at on the RI World Congress website. The event that took place April 29th at the Wayne State University School of Medicine to celebrated the families that participated in the Arie Co-curricular Clinical Initiative project between Wayne State University's Developmental Disabilities Institute and the School of Medicine. It offers a sense that you're not alone, tips on how to talk to your parents about plans for your sibling, and a crash course in guardianship, medical & legal issues, and government benefits if you're already caring for your sib. First, the COC willbuild a cross-disability collaboration with at least three other disability organizations, preferably outside of the disability served by the host organization. This goal will be realized by developing innovative outreach strategies that will reach far into the disability community.
As mentioned, a major focus of year two will be to engage in dissemination and outreach activities to assist enrollment in the ACA Marketplace. Alexander Fellowship through the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), headquartered in Paris. The SIS is a strength-based, comprehensive assessment tool that measures an individual support needs in personal, work-related, and social activities in order to identify and describe the types and intensity of the supports an individual requires.
The report also outlines the use of sub-minimum wage and the prevalence of segregated work environments.The aim is to educate policy makers about this ever important issue and to hopefully provoke meaningful policy that provides more significant pathways tointegrated competitive employment for people with disabilities. DDI is joining the cause to increase awareness of the risks of drinking alcohol while pregnant. Learn how people with disabilities, their families, and first responders can plan ahead for a disaster. People with disabilities may face barriers to everyday activities, such as reading small print, understanding instructions, getting to places or hearing what is said.
Universal design, accessible environments, and easy-to-read information, are only some examples of the strategies that can be implemented to make sure that everyone is safe during an emergency. It is also important that first responders know how to evacuate people with disabilities quickly and safely. You are in the ideal position to plan for your own safety as you best know your abilities and needs during and after an emergency or disaster. Toolkit [2.62 MB] from the Alaska Health and Disability program will help you prepare for an emergency.
Toolkit webinar to assistAlaskans and others with disabilities and their caregivers in putting the Get Ready!Toolkit into action. This technology allows dispatchers to relay critical care information to emergency responders in the field even if you are unable to communicate. The Department of Health and Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency have worked with E-911 to notify first responders when they are responding to a household that may have someone enrolled in the Registry.


CDC offers resources that can help protect your child from an emergency and to reunite with your child quickly and safely. Some physical disabilities may be obvious while others, such as mental illness or intellectual disabilities, may not. Each video provides information and best practices that seek to help you ensure the safety of people with disabilities and yourself during emergency events.
Originally developed by the University of New Mexico's Center for Development and Disability, this tip sheet is now being distributed around the country by Disability and Health programs in several states. REMEMBER, WHEN YOU HEAR: ? ALL HAZARDS OUTDOOR SIRENS immediately seek shelter (Shelter-In-Place) in a safe location within closest facility ? FIRE ALARMS immediately evacuate the building and move to a safe location In both cases, you should seek additional clarifying information by all possible means…Purdue Homepage, TV, radio, email, etc. They activate their procedures to alert people in individual halls via their resident assistants, phones, and signage.
Civil Disturbance—active shooterSeek a safe location, preferable a room without windows that can be locked or secured by barriers. A “buddy system,” where people with additional needs arrange for volunteers (co-workers) to alert and assist them in an emergency is recommended. San Antonio College Emergency Preparedness Training Presented by: Risk Management and Public Safety. When you take SITE, you'll become an expert on how to include people with disabilities and seniors in your emergency planning. You'll learn about the kinds of local hazards and emergencies that can affect your employees, clients or customers and your worksite, and how you can be prepared. You'll plan how your staff can help each other and your clients with disabilities in an emergency. The SITE program covers emergency notification options, communication devices used by people with disabilities, and how to communicate with clients and customers with a variety of disabilities. You will learn what the law says about providing public services in a way that is accessible to all citizens and how to implement solutions to address accessibility. We have distributed over 2,000 handbooks and we are pleased to see continuing interest in this topic.To build on this interest, WorkSafeBC provided funding to DABC to create an e-learning training module based on the handbook.
This emergency preparedness training will help your workers react appropriately during an emergency. Senator Margaret O’Brien of Kalamazoo County, who is a parent of a young woman with a rare disease, spoke about the need to continue advocacy for all people whose lives are affected by illness, disability and profound challenges that impede their ability to lead their lives.
It’s important that children be evaluated and special  attention is paid to their growth and development. It seeks to explore the ways that disability impacts all of the major theological disciplines as well as the many dimensions of religious life and faith community practices. Milberger joins Wayne State from the Henry Ford Health System, where she is director of Henry Ford LiveWell, a wellness center of excellence.
The report outlined the use of sub-minimum wage and the prevalence of segregated work environments and recommended that the state of Michigan enact the Employment legislation. Kramer discussed the current project and the value and importance of including young adults with disabilities in the research process.
Professor at the U of M will be recognized by the U of M Council for Disability Concerns for his work educating and advocating for Individuals with Disabilities on medications management and independence.
Steven Erickson's work advocating for individuals with disabilities in the field of pharmacy not only exemplifies this interdisciplinary advocacy, but it has also led to his recent certificate of appreciation that will be awarded to him by the University of Michigan Council for Disability Concerns at the 26th annual James T. Don't miss the chance to collaborate with other to make change, meet various expert in different fields, and build new networking sources from all over the world. The goal of the Arie project is to help first and second year medical students become better prepared practitioners by acquainting them to the needs of families with special needs children.The DDI and the WSU school of Medicine would like to extend a HUGE Thank You to all the families that came out to celebrate this collaborative project. The Developmental Disabilities Institute is working with other Michigan partner organizations to put this project forward in Michigan. The COC will also establish partnerships with at least three other state or local disability organizations to provide cross-disability reach. This engagement will include Community Outreach Collaborations (COCs) that will increase collaborations in the community, dissemination and outreach efforts and enrollment of people with disabilities in the ACA.
The program seeks to develop and support improvements in education quality and equity through quantitative research, policy making and leadership education.
The SIS includes background information on health, medical conditions, activities of daily living, and cognitive, social, and emotional skills.
This is particularly relevant when disasters strike and people are forced to leave or be confined in their home.
This notification allows first responders to consider how best to respond to that incident. Respecting all people with disabilities and treating them with dignity must be part of the response.
If you have any questions, consult your Building Deputy, Department Safety Coordinator or Safety Committee representative. You'll learn how to identify and plan for people's diverse needs in all kinds of emergencies and natural disasters. You'll learn how different disabilities can affect a person’s ability to respond in emergencies and how this can be addressed in your plan. You'll learn how to make your written emergency plan accessible to employees with disabilities.
They will learn methods of warning others, the different types of alarms, and the different responses for many types of emergencies. The focus of the event was to bring awareness to the challenges that people with rare diseases face on a daily basis. One of the key goals is to appreciate the diversity of perspectives that come from scholars, practitioners, and people with disabilities and their families from a wide range of religious traditions and from a wide array of experiences with disability. In that position, she focuses on optimizing the well-being of health system employees, patients and community members.
Applicants are expected to use an existing OECD education database to examine policy questions relevant to an international education audience. The SIS was designed to be part of person-centered planning processes that help all individuals identify their unique preferences, skills, and life goals.
Your plan may include family, friends, neighbors, and organizations that support you and can help you make decisions. Previously, she was the DDI’s associate director for research, where she led programs addressing early intervention, osteoporosis in women with Down syndrome, expansion of the Family Support Subsidy, and violence and abuse against women with physical disabilities.
Surgeon General advises pregnant women and women who are considering becoming pregnant to abstain from alcohol consumption to eliminate FASDs, which describe a range of effects that can happen to a fetus when a woman drinks alcohol during pregnancy. Ask how he or she can best be assisted or moved, and whether there are any special considerations or items that need to come with the person. Purdue Fire Department personnel will assist the individual in developing a personalized response plan for possible emergency incidents.
Be prepared for an emergency.Agree that knowing how to react is the key to being prepared for an emergency.
Properly respond to emergencies.Recognize that response procedures vary according to the type of emergency.



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