2014 Special Needs Symposium: Leveraging Community Partnerships in Emergency Planning and Response

 
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NEW YORK CITIZEN CORPS

2014 Special Needs Symposium:

Leveraging Community Partnerships in  

Emergency Planning and Response

Join Us February 26th, 2014

REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2014-nyc-citizen-corps-special-needs-symposium-tickets-8249252737

 Please join the NYC Citizen Corps for its upcoming 2014 Special Needs Symposium: Leveraging Community Partnerships in Emergency Planning and Response.

 

The Symposium will actively engage participants in a discussion around leveraging community partnerships in emergency planning and response for special needs communities.  Attendees will learn from a panel discussion showcasing creative strategies and best practices for serving clients before, during, and after an emergency through the use of community networks and partnerships.  Participants will also have the opportunity to develop their own strategies with their peers during interactive breakout sessions following the panel.

 

This event is open to service providers, consumers, and advocates who are involved in emergency planning for people with special needs. This symposium is the third installment hosted by the NYC Citizen Corps. More information on this event and other programming and can be found here

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The NYU Kimmel Center

is fully accessible. An ASL interpreter will be available for this event.  If you need any other accommodations please indicate them through the event registration.

When

Wednesday, February 26th

8:30AM- 12:30PM

Light breakfast will be served

Where

NYU Kimmel Center

60 Washington Square S, New York City, NY 10012

 
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