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The University of Sydney designed P-CEP resources and workbook in collaboration with people with disability, service providers and emergency services throughout Queensland.
In this three minute video, Peter Tully from Ipswich provides first-hand experience of P-CEP and its three key components:
The P-CEP workbook is a conversation guide used by people with disability to tailor emergency preparedness planning to their individual support needs.
If you want to discuss the P-CEP with a person with disability who is developing their own emergency plan, view How to be a person-centred conversation partner at every step of the P-CEP(PDF, 531KB).
A range of tools and resources aimed at people with disability (PWD), service providers working with PWD and emergency service organisations are available for use or to explore. The various tools have been developed into three workstreams.
Peer Leaders with disability are:
Refer to P-CEP Peer leadership program to access available resources.
This webinar series is for:
It aims to develop their capability to work together to ensure the safety and well-being of people with disability before, during and after disaster.
Everybody can do their part to make sure people with disability and their support needs are at the centre of emergency planning. Access Queensland case studies to see what others are doing.
This project is proudly funded by the Queensland Government through the Queensland Disaster Resilience Fund and the Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy.