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Guide to Teaching Fire Safety to Students with Disabilities


This Guide was developed under a Department of Homeland Security Fire Prevention and Safety Grant. The goal of this guide is to provide information to assist in teaching fire safety to students with disabilities. The intended audience for this guide is campus and community fire safety educators and others that may be tasked with teaching fire safety to students with disabilities.

Accessibility: This PDF is generally accessible using a screen reader or Read Out Loud. Some figures and images do not have alternate text.

Primary Toolkit:

EQUIPh Toolkit

Secondary Toolkits:

Health and Disability Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Disability, Vulnerable Populations


Institutional Author:

Michael H. Minger Foundation





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