Community Emergency Response Volunteers of the Monterey Peninsula

Serving Recovers communities:

Our mission is to SUPPORT CERT (Community Emergency Response Training) and PROMOTE PERT (Personal emergency response training)

Locations

Red Cross

Eighth Ave. at Dolores St., Carmel-By-The-Sea, CA 93921, US

Resources: shelter

CAL Fire Staging Area (Toro Park)

501 Monterey-Salinas Highway 68, Salinas, CA 93908, US

Lens Crafters

Del Monte Shopping Center, 228 Del Monte Center, Monterey, CA 93940, Monterey, Ca 93940, US

Resources: eyeglasses eye exams


Recent Updates

The Recovery Process: Some Tips from FEMA

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Make sure food is safe to eat. Never taste food to determine if it’s safe to eat. Food may have spoiled if refrigeration was lost during power outage. Throw away any food that touched flood water. (USDA Food Safety: https://youtu.be/vMNqXakhb00)) Keep children out of flood water. Flood waters may…

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CMS waiver regarding Durable Medical Equipment (www.cms.gov/emergency)

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For specific information, go to [www.cms.gov/emergency] Waiver allows suppliers of Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Supplies (DMEPOS) where DMEPOS is lost, destroyed, irreparably damaged, or otherwise rendered unusable to waive the face-to-face requirement, a new physician’s order, and new medical necessity documentation required for replacement. Suppliers must still include…

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Hurricane Florence, AAC tools and technologies: Restoring Communication Access

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USSAAC's DisasterRelief Committee is standing by to support individuals who rely on AAC and who have lost access to their communication tools/technologies as a result of Hurricane Florence. Please spread the word and ask anyone (family member, clinician, organization) who becomes aware of someone in need to come on the…

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ATTENTION FAMILIES OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES WHO EXPERIENCED THE FIRES OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

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While we await hurricane Florence.... PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD TO THOSE IMPACTED BY 2017 NO. CA WILDFIRES

You are invited to participate in a study of the experience of children with disabilities and their families during and after the 2017 Northern California Wildfires being conducted by Dr. Elizabeth McAdams Ducy…

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Hurricane Florence, Communication Access and AAC tools and technologies

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We are tracking the hurricane and will be sending out information about the role USSAAC and other organizations can play in the relief and recovery efforts to ensure that people who rely on AAC are able to communication. Please be sure to take your communication devices WITH YOU, keep you…

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https://shastacounty.recovers.org/

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https://shastacounty.recovers.org/ can help you with general needs resulting from fires. There is helpful information about resources and you can post your specific needs.

Our AAC Disaster Relief site is able to address the needs of people with severe communication disabilities who have lost access to AAC tools and technologies.

Access and Functional Needs Recovery Hotline

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Dial 1 (833) 654-5505. This resource is for people who live in Shasta County that were impacted by the Carr Fire and need assistance with the following: • Help completing a FEMA application • ASL interpretation • Language translation • Materials in large print or Braille; or • Hearing assistance

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USSAAC standing by to help with AAC needs

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If you are someone, or know of someone who relies on augmentative communication that is impacted by CA fires, please suggest they come on our website and let us know about their needs. USSAAC has professionals and AAC companies ready to help. Everyone should be able to communicate their questions,…

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California Fires and People who rely on AAC

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USSAAC's Disaster Relief Committee is monitoring alerts related to fires in CA.

According to Vance Taylor, Chief, Office of Access and Functional Needs, California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services on July 28th, "The California State Operations Center (SOC) is activated at Level 1 (our highest level) in response to several

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National Council on Disability Quarterly Meeting; Thursday May 10 from 9 to 4:30 CT

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WHERE: The Hilton Americas-Houston 1600 Lamar Street, Houston, TX 77010 Lanier Grand Ballroom G (Level 4)

CALL-IN NUMBER: 1-888-599-8667; Conference ID:1798299

Conference Title: NCD Meeting; Host Name: Neil Romano

CART: http://www.streamtext.net/player?event=NCD-QUARTERLY

The NCD Meeting agenda is available. Go to DOCUMENTS on this site. There is a section of…

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