Role of AT Reuse in Disasters

National Conference on AT Reuse

Shaping a National Collaborative for AT Reutilization

Successful Strategies, Innovative Partnerships, Futures Planning


Co-hosted by the Pass It on Center and the

National AT Technical Assistance Partnership

Omni Hotel at CNN Center

Atlanta, Georgia

September 15-17, 2009


The attached presentations were given during the session on The Role of AT Reuse in Preparing for, Responding to and Recovering from a Disaster.  

The speakers were:

Mike Galifianakis, Statewide ADA Coordinator, Georgia State Financing & Investment Commission, Atlanta, Georgia

Elliot Harkavy, President/CEO, EGH & Associates, Bethesda, Maryland George Heake, Emergency Management and Response Coordinator, Temple University Institute on Disabilities, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Jamie Karam, Program Director, Louisiana AT Access Network (LATAN), Baton Rouge, Louisiana 




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This work is supported under a five-year cooperative agreement # H235V060016 awarded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, and is administered by the Pass It On Center of the Georgia Department of Labor – Tools for Life.  However, the contents of this publication do not necessarily represent the policy or opinions of the Department of Education, or the Georgia Department of Labor, and you should not assume endorsements of this document by the Federal government or the Georgia Department of Labor.


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Other Information

Title: Role of AT Reuse in Disasters
Module: Emergency Mgmt
Author: George Heake, Elliot Harkavy, Jamie Karam, Mike Galifianakis
Audience: Administrator
Sub Title: Preparation, Response and Recovery
Organization Source: Pass It On Center and NATTAP
Last Reviewed: 11-30--0001 12:00 AM