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Emergency Preparedness
Are you ready if a disaster or crisis strikes your home or neighborhood?

Thursday, April 28
9 am to 4 pm
(registration/coffee opens at 8 am)

at

The Arc of Blair County
814-946-1011
www.thearcblair.org/training
FREE TO THE PUBLIC
Registration Deadline: April 25
Training and Lunch
Provided at No Cost
Emergencies are not something we like to
think about, but they can happen at any time.
Emergencies can happen anywhere, including
your home, your work, or your place of
worship. Emergencies can be natural or
man-made.
Although we may not know when a disaster
will strike or a crisis occur, the more
prepared we are the better we will be able to
cope and ease anxiety.
Join us for a county-wide effort to help Blair
County be prepared in the event of a disaster.

A Partnership between
local agencies, First
Responders and Blair
County Department of
Emergency Services

Go from UNprepared to PREPARED!
This training is geared towards individuals with any
type of disability. Families and caregivers are also
encouraged to attend. Don’t assume you know what to
do in an evacuation, shelter in place, or a home
emergency - get the facts!
With what will you leave this training ?
 A better understanding of types of emergencies
and how Blair County could be impacted
 What to have in your home versus what to have
packed and ready to take with you in the event of
an emergency
 An opportunity to meet First Responders from Blair
County and ask questions that will help your
particular situation in a disaster or emergency
 A form completed at the training to register with
911 so First Responders are aware of where
you live and what type of disability you have
 Knowledge that could potentially save your life and
the lives of loved ones

To register contact: The Arc of Blair County (431 Jackson Ave, Altoona)
at 814-946-1011 or via the internet www.thearcblair.org. Go to the
training page.
Please list accommodations required or dietary restrictions when registering


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