This 48-minute presentation discusses the importance of childcare providers in disasters and other critical situations, and reports that 21 states and Washington, DC, don’t require schools and childcare providers to have basic emergency plans. It focuses on the critical role childcare providers may play in a child’s outcome before, during, and after a disaster. It references the book, The Children of Katrina, to present real world examples from Hurricane Katrina, when childcare providers served as advocates and anchors for the children in their care.
Source: Arkansas Early Childhood Association (AECA)
Date Published: 10/19/2016
Format: Video or Multimedia
Authors: Peek, Lori
Type: Instructional/Training Material
ID: 14959. From Disaster Lit®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.