Preparedness for People With Disabilities
American Red Cross thanks the following organizations
and individuals for their assistance in developing and
reviewing this booklet:
volunteer consultant for content development:
Heidi Kramer, volunteer, San Diego/Imperial Counties
Chapter, American Red Cross, San Diego, California.
Tonya Davis, Department of Administration & Planning,
University of North Texas, Denton, Texas.
Kathy Bauch, The Humane Society of the United States,
Karen Bonnie, volunteer, Santa Cruz Chapter, American
Red Cross, Santa Cruz, California.
Dusty Bowencamp, disaster health services coordinator,
Los Angeles Chapter, American Red Cross, Los Angeles,
Alan Clive, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Washington,
Nolan Crabb, American Council of the Blind, Washington,
Violette Eash, volunteer consultant, Huntington, West
Terri Giles, disaster specialist, Seattle/ King County
Chapter, American Red Cross, Seattle, Washington.
Kathryn Holub, National Multiple Sclerosis Society,
New York, New York.
Wilson Hulley, President's Commission on People With
Disabilities, Washington, D.C.
Elga Joffee, American Foundation for the Blind, New
York, New York.
June Kailes, disabilities consultant, Playa Del Rey,
Donna Placzankis, Cleveland Chapter, American Red Cross,
Helen Rader, United Cerebral Palsy Association, Washington,
Sandy Ross, director/programs, Houston Area Chapter,
American Red Cross, Houston, Texas.
Pat Snyder, volunteer, Los Angeles Chapter, American
Red Cross, Los Angeles, California.
Trevor Storrs, Galluadet University, Washington, D.C.
Ralph Swisher, family disaster preparedness program
manager, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Washington,
Gregory C. Wilder, Administration on Aging, Washington,
Paid and volunteer staff from the following departments
at the American Red Cross national headquarters: Disaster
Services, Health and Safety Services, National Office
of Volunteers, Office of General Counsel, and Risk Management
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