PREPARING FOR DISASTERS

LEARN HOW TO PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AND PROPERTY

YOU CAN'T BE TOO PREPARED!

This FINAL part of the series of online workshops will teach you what you need to know to navigate the world of disasters and to make sure your family is doing well. Families with loved ones with special needs especially need to be mindful of preparing for these situations and these workshops will help you do that.


RESCHEDULED DATE FOR THE FINAL PART OF THE SERIES


These presentations are presented by Family Network on Disabilities and Florida and Virgin Islands (FAVI) Deaf-Blind Collaborative

MANAGING YOUR FAMILY AND PERSONAL STRESS

RESCHEDULED DATE

October 11, 2022 6:30pm

Planning for and surviving through a disaster can be stressful for both you and your family members. Learn tips for recognizing stress in this situation and how to manage those feelings. Resources will be shared.

IF YOU HAVE ALREADY REGISTERED, PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER AGAIN

Registration required to receive zoom link. Please click below to register:

https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMlduqsqz8jHNzpw_R1C8ttflXlZpDWnB9e


For questions or additional information, contact

Pam Kissoondyal

Family Engagement Coordinator, FAVI

352-672-4598

Presenter

Lisa Math serves as Director of Family STAR program (Support, Training, Assistance, and Resources) for Family Network on Disabilities. She is also a Certified Recovery Peer Specialist (CRPS-F) with an endorsement in working with Families. Her most important role is that as a parent of a 24 year- old young adult who has multiple medical conditions and mental health challenges.

Family Network on Disabilities

FND has been supporting families and youth (age 26 and younger) with disabilities since 1985. We provide information, resources, support and trainings to families, caregivers, youth, providers, related service projects and school districts across the state of Florida at no charge.

Florida and Virgin Islands (FAVI) Deaf-Blind Collaborative

The FAVI Deaf-Blind Collaborative serves the entire state of Florida providing training and consultation services to the families and educational teams of Florida’s children and young adults (ages 0-22) with concurrent hearing loss and vision loss.