NCD's first evaluation of federal government work in this area was published in April 2005 in the report .That report laid out a scenario of a major hurricane striking the Gulf Coast and outlined steps that the federal government should take to include people with disabilities in emergency preparedness, disaster relief, and homeland security. As a result of NCD's work, the 2006 Homeland Security Appropriations bill's Post-Katrina Emergency Management Reform Act (PKEMRA) (H. 5441) required FEMA to employ a National Disability Coordinator and to interact, consult, and coordinate with NCD on a list of eight other activities.
That funding has enabled us to complete this report.
Based on its ongoing policy and research work in the area of homeland security, NCD identified a major gap in the government's knowledge base.
That gap involves the availability and use of effective practices for community preparedness and response to the needs of people with disabilities in all types of disasters. Quigley, Director of External Affairs Julie Carroll, Senior Attorney Advisor Joan M. Brown, Staff Assistant Carla Nelson, Secretary The National Council on Disability expresses its deepest appreciation to Ms.
In 2008, NCD began to review the spectrum of available studies and defined a set of best and promising practices for emergency management across the life cycle of disasters (preparedness, response, recovery, mitigation) and geographic areas (urban to rural locations). Durocher, Senior Attorney Advisor Lisa Grubb, Special Assistant, Coordinator of Administration Geraldine Drake Hawkins, Ph. Elizabeth Davis of EAD and Associates, LLC, and Dr.
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