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1 Emergency Planning for the Developmentally Disabled Population

2  CHUG Supports a “Green Environment” so please sign up for Electronic Copies of any Handouts!

3 “To promote and develop integrated collaborations to support the emergency preparedness requirements of Functional Needs individuals and organizations through research, education, planning and response programs.”

4 JCRRT Joint Community Resource and Recovery Team PPERS

5 PPERS

6  To develop a unified, collaborative, coordinated response by private provider ambulances in Illinois to assist in large scale events and/or disaster situations

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8  “Annual forwarding of copies of all disaster policies and plans required under Section to the local health authority and local emergency management agency having jurisdiction” Including:  Emergency water supply agreements  Description of emergency electrical power  Participation with local emergency planning activities.

9 Individuals in need of additional response assistance may include those who have disabilities; who live in institutionalized settings; who are elderly; who are children; who are from diverse cultures; who have limited English proficiency; or who are non- English speaking; or who are transportation disadvantaged.” --National Response Framework (2008)

10 “Populations whose members may have additional needs before, during, and after an incident in functional areas, including but not limited to:  maintaining independence,  communication,  transportation,  supervision, and  medical care.

11 Tier I = Hospitals Tier II = Special Needs Shelters Tier III = Congregate Care/ Like to Like Sheltering Tier IV = Red Cross Shelters I IIIII II III IV

12 Hospitals Like-To- Like CHUG Alternate Care Sites Shelter-In -Place General Population Shelters New Proposed Model

13  Hub  Major Arena…Processing Center  Spokes  General Population Shelters  Like-to-like Shelters  Special Needs Shelters  Hospitals

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16  Populations whose members may have additional needs, before, during and after an incident in functional areas, including but not limited to:  Maintaining Independence  Communication  Transportation  Supervision  Medical Care

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19  Shelter-in-Place  Alternative Housing  Temporary Shelters/Processing Centers  General Population Shelters  Like-to-like Shelters  Hospitals

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21  Who serves institutionalized and Home Bound individuals?  Functional Needs Registries  SNAP

22  Push Method  Reverse 911

23  Once again Identify organizations that serve the DD Population in your community!!!

24  CHUG/PPERS PLAN

25  City of Chicago  Suburban Cook County  Effingham County  LaSalle County  Quincy County

26  2250 East Devon, Unit 320, Des Plaines, IL  Phone:  Fax:  Connie Polke Cell:  Bill Pretzer Cell: 


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