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Part of ADMI’s continuing parent training series

MILTON, Pa. – Geisinger’s Autism & Developmental Medicine Institute (ADMI) is sponsoring a parent training session on how to prepare for emergencies for children and adults with special needs.

The training session will take place Sept. 10, from 6-7:30 p.m., at the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit (CSIU), 190 Lawton Lane and is free to attend.

For individuals with special developmental needs, emergencies such as fires, floods, and acts of terrorism present a real challenge. Protecting yourself and your family when disaster strikes requires planning ahead. This family-friendly training will help families get started and be prepared. In particular, the training will focus on:

  • Developing a safety plan for use in the home, school, and community
  • Working with your child’s school team to implement a well-designed safety plan
  • Strategies to prepare for a disaster
  • Practicing for emergencies
  • What to include in a DIY emergency kit
  • How to prepare for the unexpected
  • How to minimize anxiety 

This event is being offered in partnership with the CSIU and Simons Foundation Powering Autism Research for Knowledge (SPARK).

Sign-up for this event is available online only at events.csiu.org. First time users will need to register on the site first in order to access the event registration. For questions about the program, call 570-522-6281.

For more information, visit www.GeisingerADMI.org, or follow the latest ADMI news and more on Twitter (@GeisingerADMI) and Facebook (ADMI on Facebook).

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For media inquiries:

Joseph Stender
Media Specialist
Marketing & Communications

570-271-6968
jhstender@geisinger.edu