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The Emergency Preparedness Checklist is designed to ensure that clients receiving home care and case management services develop an emergency plan and gather a three-day or more supply of nine essential items in preparation for an emergency event.

The Checklist is designed to be cut out or copied and directly inserted into a client's chart. This checklist can be used in conjunction with Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center's Plan to Be Safe Campaign materials.

Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center
 

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This Checklist is designed to ensure that health care facilities are well prepared and able to shelter-in-place and remain self-sufficient during a variety of emergencies.

Although licensing and quality standards vary by jurisdiction, public health professional and local, state, and federal regulators can view the Checklist as a template that is readily adaptable to their needs and uses.

Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center
 

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This linguistically and culturally appropriate intervention, available in both English and Spanish, is designed to train promoters de salud (lay health promoters) in the basic elements of emergency preparedness.

This toolkit is available in English and Spanish and includes key concepts, messages, and guidance regarding the use of educational materials, conduct of group interventions, and documentation of activities to increase awareness, knowledge, and practices regarding emergency preparedness among the Latino community.

Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center
 
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The Flu Prevention and Care Guide is a public educational flyer designed to appeal to a wide audience with specific focus on low-literacy and limited English proficiency populations.

Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center
 
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Every community is made up of diverse groups of residents with varied and sometimes complex everyday needs. Is your community prepared to handle those needs so that no resident is left behind? Meeting the Needs of Vulnerable Populations: Equity in Emergency Preparedness is a web toolkit that will help you organize, communicate and connect with your community.

Seattle & King County Advanced Practice Center
 
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No Ordinary Flu is a comic that illustrates a compelling story through the eyes of a survivor of the 1918 pandemic. The comic connects the audience to the present-day threat, communicating crucial preparedness messages to limited-English-proficient, non-English-proficient, and low-literacy groups.

Seattle & King County Advanced Practice Center
 
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This toolkit is designed to assist local health departments in developing a program for home care providers to integrate emergency preparedness into their daily activities with their clients. The toolkit includes participant materials and customizable promotional items. Original files are available by request.
Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center
 

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The Santa Clara County Public Health Department Advanced Practice Center created the Pandemic Influenza School Planning Toolkit to assist local public health agencies in partnering with the schools within their jurisdictions for pandemic emergency preparedness planning. The toolkit is designed to: Increase awareness of the threat of a pandemic influenza and its impact on the school community. Guide schools in developing specific pandemic influenza measures to integrate into their emergency crisis plans. Specifically, To increase preventive health behaviors that limit the spread of viruses, such as a pandemic influenza. To continue student learning and core operations during the pandemic. To recover, returning to the "new normal," when the pandemic has passed. A plan template is provided to guide development of pandemic specific measures to augment a school's emergency crisis plan. The plan template is supported by several tools (e.g., communications tools and continuity of instruction tools) to assist schools in completing specific template sections. The template, when completed by a school, becomes the school's pandemic plan. The Santa Clara County Public Health Department Advanced Practice Center created the Pandemic Influenza School Planning Toolkit to assist local public health agencies in partnering with the schools within their jurisdictions for pandemic emergency preparedness planning. The toolkit is designed to: Increase awareness of the threat of a pandemic influenza and its impact on the school community. Guide schools in developing specific pandemic influenza measures to integrate into their emergency crisis plans. Specifically, To increase preventive health behaviors that limit the spread of viruses, such as a pandemic influenza. To continue student learning and core operations during the pandemic. To recover, returning to the "new normal," when the pandemic has passed. A plan template is provided to guide development of pandemic specific measures to augment a school's emergency crisis plan. The plan template is supported by several tools (e.g., communications tools and continuity of instruction tools) to assist schools in completing specific template sections. The template, when completed by a school, becomes the school's pandemic plan.
Santa Clara County Advanced Practice Center
 

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The Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center has developed an educational tool that promotes preparing a disaster kit with at least 9 items. The toolkit includes the following items: Poster; Take-away brochure; and Tri-fold brochure. In addition to emphasizing the 9-item disaster kit, the materials also introduce a three-step disaster plan, which includes: Starting a conversation; Making a plan; and Making a kit. Each product within the toolkit is available in a downloadable format that will allow for individual customization.
Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center
 

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This training module outlines how to conduct a five-hour training session for experienced health promoters and includes a review of the basic concepts of emergency preparedness, pandemic flu, and risk communications.
Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center