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June Isaacson Kailes – Emergency Preparedness Planning for Persons with Disabilities
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In this podcast, June Isaacson Kailes, a Disability Policy Consultant at the World Institute on Disability, discusses Strengthening Emergency Planning and Response Roles for Health Plans Serving People with Disabilities. During emergencies and natural disasters, health plans play a critical role in addressing and protecting their members’ health, safety, and independence. For persons with disabilities and their caregivers, it is crucial for health plans to consider individual circumstances and needs in order to effectively prepare for emergencies and disasters. These podcasts, excerpted from an August 2022 webinar, provide information on creating and strengthening emergency practices embedded in individualized care plans and health plan processes. Enhanced emergency practices will assist members and their caregivers in navigating emergencies and natural disasters.