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  • City of Eugene Emergency Management
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  • Hilyard Center
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  • Pearl Buck
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Prepare-A-Palooza: Emergency Preparedness Fair


Hosted by Full Access:
Open & FREE to Everyone in the Community

Raise awareness about emergency preparedness
Tailored information for the intellectual and developmental disability community

Emergency Preparedness Swag
Speakers and Presentations
Booths with Local Resources

Connection to Full Access’s Vision:
Full Access, a non-profit offering case management for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, ensures they have access to essential community resources to meet their needs and goals. By hosting this event, Full Access reaffirms its commitment to providing accessible support and resources for the disability community.



Shoutout to Oregon Country Fair, Goodwill Indrustries of Lane and South Coast Counties, National Business Solutions, and Employment Connections, Inc for generously sponsoring Prepare-A-Palooza!

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    Respect for the right of every person to exercise control in pursuing, developing, achieving, and maintaining a quality of life consistent with their preferences and choices. Our philosophy in supporting people with developmental disabilities is that when a person needs and wants professional support, that support should be melded with natural support.

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