Person-Centred Emergency Preparedness
An all-hazards approach to enabling emergency preparedness in others.
Functional Capabilities and Support Needs in Emergency Situations
Emergency Preparedness is a Process
Key Features of Person-Centred Emergency Preparedness
The Person-Centred Emergency Preparedness (PCEP) tool is designed for use by community health and disability providers to enable emergency preparedness in others. The PCEP can be used to facilitate meaningful conversations with clients in the community that raise awareness about emergency preparedness to:
- Improve emergency preparedness for people with chronic health conditions and disability
- Reduce negative consequences of disaster triggered by natural hazard emergencies, and
- Improve recovery following a natural hazard event.
Read our user guide to gain a better understanding of person-centred emergency preparedness and pick up practical tips on facilitating meaningful, thorough, and critical conversations.
About PREPARE NSW
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PREPARE, NSW is a culmination of a five-year long body of research on Disability-Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction. If you’d like to learn more about the history of this project and prior research, click below.
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Funded under the joint State and Commonwealth Natural Disaster Resilience Program
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