The Florida Department of Elder Affairs Disaster Preparedness Page: Contains Evacuee Information and Hurricane Guides in both English and Spanish.
Advance Preparations Disasters, such as a hurricane or fire, have significant impact on everyone's safety, but they can be especially upsetting and confusing for individuals with dementia. We all hope that we never experience a disaster but it is important to be prepared just in case.
Tips for Caregivers : Scroll to the middle of the page for the tips, there is also a link at the bottom
The following links provide information regarding storms that are forming and projected paths
For FEMA to provide post-disaster assistance funds to a County, that County is required to have a Pet Shelter available.
Please utilize Pet Shelters as you last choice, our recommendations of alternative choices are:
A Special Needs Shelter provides more care and supervision than a general shelter to help meet your special needs during an evacuation. To the extent possible under emergency conditions, the Special Needs Shelter will provide a safe sheltering environment and basic assistance to maintain your level of health. For more information about Special Needs Shelters Click Here.
Many Special Needs Shelters require you to pre-register and to reregister every year, please contact the Special Needs Shelter for your County to learn what you need to do: