One of our sessions at the September 29th training was Emergency Preparedness Plans. Special thanks to Rebecca Eichen with Rocking Horse Academy for sharing their Emergency Preparedness Plan with the participants. It is quite detailed and would be a great resource for anyone working on their plan.
One resource that Dr. Connie Sheppard (Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Bexar County) shared with me is the "Family Child Care Emergency Preparedness Guide" that was developed in partnership by the NH Child Development Bureau, Child Care Licensing Unit, Child Care Resource and Referral Network, NH Emergency Management of Department of Safety and Easter Seals NH. Click here to view and/or download the guide.
Links to other resources can be found on the Texas Department of Family & Protective Services by clicking here.
Click here to access on-line Emergency Prep courses, among many others, available from the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
Also, for general emergency preparation and aftermath tools, visit the Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) by clicking here.