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Navigating School Emergency Plans: When Your Child's Safety Plan Needs More Attention

Published: Aug. 18, 2023
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What if your child's safety plan at school isn't enough? SCDD's Chris Arroyo states that's discrimination. It's important (and necessary!) that every school has a plan in place that allows kids with disabilities a safe plan of action in case of evacuation or other emergencies.

For more on keeping kids safe both physically and mentally, see Supporting Kids' Mental Health at Home and in Crisis


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