Earthquake Tips for People Mobility Disabilities

This fact sheet is designed to provide a checklist for activities for people with Mobility Disabilities to improve your emergency preparedness in an earthquake. It is designed to be used in conjunction with Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco's general EARTHQUAKE TIPS FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES, TIPS FOR COLLECTING EMERGENCY DOCUMENTS, and TIPS FOR CREATING AN EMERGENCY HEALTH INFORMATION CARD. Without all four tip sheets you do not have all the information you need to be prepared. Preparation may seem like a lot of work, It is. Preparing does take time and effort. So do a little at a time, as your energy and budget permit. The important thing is to start preparing. The more you do the more confident you will be that you can protect yourself, your family, and your belongings.


__________ Store Needed Aids in consistent, convenient and secured location.

__________ Emergency Kit Extras.

__________ Arrange and Secure Furniture and other items to provide multiple barrier-free passages.

__________ Practice using Alternate Methods of Evacuation.


Emergency Kit

Evacuation Plan

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Ancient Living Resource Center San Francisco
70 10th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
In cooperation with June Kailes,
through a grant from The American Red Cross
Northern California Disaster Preparedness Network