- Response & Relief
A Day in the Life…CADRE Symposium 2022 Continues
This session will focus on the RECOVERY PLANNING phase of an emergency.
When disasters strike, demands for services and information increase. How do we know that information about response and recovery is being received and understood by the whole community? Do we have a mechanism for feedback to measure our success?
SB160 puts higher expectations on the government to include accessibility and accommodation in all aspects of public safety. The expertise in meeting challenges within the nonprofit, faith-based, and community-based section are essential to achieving equity.
Participants will work in small groups that will explore challenges, gaps and possible solutions to address the myriad of needs that arise during this phase of a disaster.
ACCESSIBILITY: Please indicate on your registration if you have any accessibility accommodation needs such as real-time captioning, ASL interpretation or documents in accessible formats. We respectfully request these be submitted no later than 5 business days prior to the session to allow for arrangements to be made.
SPACE MAY BE LIMITED. Priority will be given to nonprofits who serve Santa Clara County.
This workshop was paid for with EMPG funds provided by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
For more info on the full three-day event, see CADRE-Symposium-2022-Info-Sheet