Monday, May 9, 2011

Disabled People and Disaster Planning (DP2) - A Website Review by Shorty

After reviewing Disabled People and Disaster Planning (DP2) , here are my thoughts on this site. The information is broken down into short and easy to understand bullet statements. The links all seem to be leading to the information sited and are written in the same format. Suffice it to say that so far I like this site. It mainly applies to earthquakes but can be applied to other disasters as well. Simply replace the disaster with the one that affects your area. The main thing I like is that it is written and geared to get you to think. It causes you to employ your brain, which is your main survival tool. This is a critical part of the process no matter what the situation you may find yourself facing.

I have to say that a lot of thought and footwork went into putting this site together. I have looked in many places which I thought actually had workable information, only to find out that everything was theoretical and nothing was practical. However, this was a refreshing breath of air to look through such a site and while I have not had time to try everything I have worked with enough to realize this information will work IF seriously followed. I believe that it is very well written and because it is simply that well written and well researched, if followed. it will save lives, handicapped as well as non-handicapped.

Thanks to RW for suggesting this site for my review.

Learning to stand on my own!


Note from RW: A creditable source of good information is always important when planning for any type of disaster.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you Shorty for that website. It does help with formulating plans (or at least give more hope) to those of us with members of our family who have some extra burdens placed on them.

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