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Based on your selected interests, the Guide provides resources to planners, preparedness coordinators, and other personnel interested in identifying, engaging, communicating with, and providing services to vulnerable and at-risk populations during emergency events and disasters. These tips and resources include examples of PowerPoint presentations, training templates, questionnaires, and other references to support your planning and preparedness activities.

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Annie E. Casey Foundation has developed a guide on “Integrating Immigrant Families in Emergency Response, Relief and Rebuilding Efforts." This report offers a framework for how local governments can incorporate LEP residents into the emergency planning process, increase their preparedness, and develop capacity in key public agencies to communicate with and serve these residents.

The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services/Department for Public Health has developed pictogram signage to help direct people through PODs and mass care clinics in Spanish and English.