Office of Disability Integration and Coordination Stakeholder Resources

The resources on this page provide our state, local, territorial and tribal disability partners and stakeholders with tools and information to help people with disabilities before, during and after disasters.  The resources include stakeholder call transcripts and speaker presentations from our monthly disability stakeholder calls, fact sheets, social media content, blogs and more to support collaboration and coordination in communities nationwide to involve people with disabilities in all aspects of emergency planning.

Engaging with disability stakeholders, improving outcomes for people with disabilities and making sure that people with disabilities have access to the information, programs and services they need is ODIC’s core mission. These resources are one example of how we benchmark our efforts.

Training: Including People with Disabilities in Disaster Operations

A course designed for all personnel involved in disaster operations, with strategies on how to include people with disabilities during mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery efforts.

Disability and Demographic Questions at FEMA Registration Intake

If you or anyone in your household has a disability or language need, and need to interact with FEMA or recovery disability-related losses, it is important to answer yes to the appropriate questions when completing the registration for FEMA disaster assistance.

National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) 2021 Presentation

Veterans Employment Program Presentation

Partner Resource (CDC): COVID-19 Vaccine and People with Disabilities

Ask the Expert COVID-19 Vaccine

Stakeholder Call (Feb. 24): Vaccine Equity for People with Disabilities

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