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The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) reviews and collects resources that can be used in public outreach activities to help keep people with disabilities safe from home fires. Our free materials are yours to use when educating these community members about the importance of practicing home fire safety.
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Millions of people live with physical and mental disabilities. It is important for them to know how to stay safe from fire.
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The Exchange is a collection of national, state and local fire prevention and life safety practices and public education materials you can share with your community. The materials can inspire new ideas and offer fire/life safety advocates immediate access to proven, effective tools. Visit the Exchange
USFA would like to call special attention to these innovative fire prevention programs that have measurable impact and outcome measures.
USFA recommends the following organizations as trusted and reliable sources for free outreach materials you can use to help increase awareness about fire safety for people with disabilities in your community.
Michael H. Minger Foundation. Downloadable resources to increase awareness about campus fire safety for students with disabilities, including posters, handouts, videos, lesson plans and guides for fire safety educators and resident advisors.
The Michael H. Minger Foundation works to raise the awareness and standards of campus fire safety for all students and also address fire safety issues specific to students with disabilities.
National Fire Protection Association. Free educational materials, including an emergency evacuation planning guide, public service announcement and fire safety brochure for people with disabilities.
The National Fire Protection Association helps to reduce fire loss through consensus codes and standards, research, training and education.