The Red Cross coordinates relief efforts around the world, and offers information (English and Spanish) and products for preparedness.

The CDC features information on preparedness for biological, chemical, and radiological threats. Information is posted in several languages.

This campaign from the American Public Health Organization (APHA) includes general preparedness tips for people with disabilities, as well as specific tips for people with mobility, hearing, vision, and cognitive disabilities. Tips are available in both English and Spanish in PDF and text formats, as well as audio recordings. Additionally, you can watch videos presented via YouTube in American Sign Language (ASL).

The NFPA offers a vareity of materials for both individuals with disabilities and public educators.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) provides information on its rules requiring broadcasters and cable operators to make local emergency information accessible to people who have hearing or vision disabilities.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offers information and resources to promote an inclusive approach to emergency peparedness and response.

This web site offers a comprehensive collection of helpful publications on various aspects of employment, including legal issues, management and HR policies, accommodations for specific disabilities, and best practices checklists.

JAN provides information and consultation to employers and people with disabilities on reasonable accommodations in the workplace.
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