Individual Emergency Preparedness Webcourse Individual emergency preparedness has changed during COVID-19. Do you have the most up to date information of how to prepare? View Individual Emergency Preparedness During COVID-19 on YouTube here. This is a one-hour course on how
Winter Workshop will take place on Friday, December 13th from 9am to 11am at Northeast Arizona Training Center at 1840 West Paper Mill Road Taylor, AZ 85939. This free course on individual emergency preparedness is tailored to people who have disabilities, caregivers, and those who work with people who have disabilities.
Check out the 2019 Partners in Preparedness Summit “Beyond the Shelter” on YouTube.
This event is fragrance-free. A fragrance-free environment helps create a safe and healthy place for all of us to thrive. Fragrances can be found in personal care products, such as lotions, perfumes, shampoos/conditioners, and deodorant. These products can cause headaches, upper respiratory symptoms, shortness of breath, and difficulty with concentration. People with allergies and asthma report that certain odors, even in small amounts, can cause asthma symptoms.
Are you joining us on Tuesday, June 11th for the Partners in Preparedness Summit? Our agenda is now published!
Presentations from the past Partners in Preparedness Summit are available on the website.
The Partners in Preparedness Summit brings together emergency managers with organizations serving the disability community and indivduals who have disabilities. People travel across the state to attend the Summit, where they teach, learn, network, and share best practices.
The Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council in partnership with the Arizona Department of Health Services invites you to participate in the 2019 Partners in Preparedness Summit. Mark your calendar for Tuesday, June 11th. The event will take place at Black Canyon Conference Center in Phoenix. If you cannot make it to Phoenix, join us for the livestream!