Lessons learned from the world trade center disaster: Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities in New York September 2004 contents


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for the Committee on Disability Issues in Psychology,

of the American Psychological Association, 2002.


1 “Lessons Learned from September 11”, panel presentation by Claude L. Stout of Telecommunications for the Deaf, Inc., at the State of Science Conference at Gallaudet University, October 30, 2001.

2 The Disaster Recovery Process: What We Know And Do Not Know From Research, by E.L. Quarantelli, for the Disaster Research Center at the University of Delaware, 1999.

3Psychosocial Aspects of Disaster Recovery: Integrating Communities into Disaster Planning and Policy Making, by David Hutton, Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction, 2001.

4Crain’s Health, February 14, 2002.

5 Hutton, op. cit.

6Testimony by Lloyd I. Sederer, M.D. of the New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene before the New York City Council on April 15, 2004.

7 Most of these are based on the National Organization on Disability’s Emergency Preparedness Initiative Guide on the Special Needs of People with Disabilities, 2002.




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