Thanks for Visiting Disasterville Again _review

Aerial view of a small town with several buildings, intersecting streets lined with trees, and a grassy area
Carrie, a Black woman in her 30s wears a facemask, has a white cane and a miniature horse that serves as her service animal

Carrie: We hope today’s visit has been useful. We’re excited to share more information with you that you can take back to Tornado Gap. We look forward to seeing you back here soon.

Your next Disasterville visit can happen now or you can come back when it works for you.

When you’re ready, we’ll talk about Active Planning and Community Stakeholder Meetings. These are whole community meetings where emergency planners collaborate with people with disabilities, disability organizations and other community representatives to review the local emergency plan for strengths and gaps.

We’ll save your progress along the way because we’re rooting for you to get that Prepared4ALL Certificate after your last visit. At your last visit we’ll give you a Resource List so you don’t have to worry about taking notes or writing down links during your visits here.

See ya soon!