|ReDiscovery in-person training sessions are available in one, 1.5, or 2-hour formats.
Objectives of the in-person sessions are to:
- increase awareness of long-term recovery needs of individuals with disabilities impacted by Hurricane Harvey,
- increase awareness of and readiness to use recovery resources and tools to support Hurricane Harvey survivors, and
- know actions for mitigation of and preparedness for future disasters.
A case-based approach is available to practice the application of tools and resources.
To schedule a ReDiscovery in-person training please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 979-224-7226.
The ReDiscovery online course allows participants to work online at their own pace. It includes 5 hours of online training across a 10-day period and evidence-based course materials. CEUs are available and participants will earn a certificate of completion from Texas A&M University and the University of Texas at Austin.
Online course topics include:
- integration and support of individuals with disability and other functional and access needs during long-term recovery,
- awareness of disability-related needs in disaster,
- resources and services available to people with disabilities and other functional and access needs post-disaster,
- available tools and resources on disability and disaster,
- implementation of developed tools into long-term planning and recovery activities, and
- collaboration with community-based groups and disability-related organizations.
Registration for March online training is now available. The registration link is at http://redd.tamu.edu/rediscovery
For more information:
The ReDiscovery Project is funded by the American Red Cross and the Rebuild Texas Fund in collaboration with the Center for Disaster Philanthropy through grants awarded to Dr. Laura M. Stough at Texas A&M University and to Dr. Amy N. Sharp at the University of Texas at Austin.