The Alameda Public Health Department is launching a new pilot project that will help train seniors, disabled and caregivers on what to do in case of an emergency. This Personal Emergency Preparedness Training is a very personal look at preparedness, designed to address fears and move past barriers, and is tailored to individual needs of participants. Help employees, volunteers, or community members feel secure in their ability to deal effectively with emergencies, learn simple response skills, and feel safer – at home, at work or on the road.
The trainings below will be available in May, June and July. Click here to view the flyers for dates and locations.
For participating organizations:
- Personal Emergency Preparedness Training for Staff, Volunteers and Service Providers
- Continuity Of Operations Training
- Building an Agency Emergency Plan
For the clients you serve:
- Personal Emergency Preparedness Training over the phone
- Personal Emergency Preparedness Training at a site in Alameda
Train-the-trainer for Caregivers of seniors, frail seniors, homebound, nonambulatory individuals and persons with disabilities.