2018 Emergency Responses Briefing

Improving Emergency Responses For California
Seniors and People with Disabilities

Wildfires. Mudslides. Hurricanes. Floods. Natural disasters and emergencies have become an urgent reality, and moving beyond a “plan on paper” to implement rapid, coordinated and effective responses can save lives. Please join our top experts to learn about best practices, strategies, experiences and actions to assist people with disabilities and seniors before, during and after a crisis. Because the time to prepare is right now.



Agenda     |   Speaker Biographies     |     Presentation     |    Getting It Wrong: An Indictment with a Blueprint for Getting It Right (Excerpt)     |     Why Many Nursing Facilities Are Not Ready For Emergency Situations     |     Planning Checklist for Rapid Emergency Response


June Isaacson Kailes, Disability Policy Consultant and Associate Director, Harris Family Center for Disability and Health Policy

Celine Regalia, MSW, MA CCC-SLP, Director of Operations, Collabria Care

Eric Carlson, JD, Directing Attorney, Justice in Aging

Wendi West, ME, Northern Region Executive Director, Partnership Health Plan

Sponsored by
The California Collaborative for Long Term Services and Supports
The California Association of Health Plans