There’s a fire in the church basement, and two people in wheelchairs are trapped there. A tornado is circling overhead and no one knows where to hide. A broken water main is flooding a youth Sunday School room, and everyone is standing on chairs.
One in five people have a disability and it is important for the disabled to be included in emergency planning.
The VOICE, the e-newsletter of The United Methodist Disability Connection, has information on how to do just that:
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