This is the clearinghouse for the research project, titled, Nobody Left Behind (NLB): Preparedness for Persons with Mobility Impairment. Information on the research methodology, data findings and conclusions, corresponding topics, recommendations for changes in the field, and much more are listed below in varying formats.
NLB Research Findings
"Final Report Findings of the Nobody Left Behind: Preparedness for Persons with Mobility Impairments Research Project," by White, G.W., Fox, M.H., Rooney, C., & Rowland, J. (2007). Lawrence, KS: Research and Training Center on Independent Living.
Disaster Preparedness and Response for Persons with Mobility Impairments: Results from the University of Kansas Nobody Left Behind Project, by Fox, M.H., White, G.W., Rooney, C., & Rowland, J. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 17(4), Spring 2007.
Consumer Perspective: A Narrative Analysis of a Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response Survey from Persons with Mobility Impairments, by Rooney, C., & White, G.W. Journal of Disability Policy Studies 17(4), Spring 2007.
Moving beyond "Special Needs": A function based framework for emergency management and planning, by Kailes, J.I. & Enders, A. Journal of Disability Policy Studies 17(4), Spring 2007.
NLB White Papers
Staff. (2007). Objective Three, Part 2: Report on exemplary and best practices in disaster preparedness and response for people with disabilities. Lawrence, KS: The Research and Training Center on Independent Living at the University of Kansas.
"Why and How to Include People with Disabilities in Your Emergency Planning Process?” By June Isaacson Kailes, Disability Policy Consultant
NLB Journal Article, Briefing Papers and Progress
Emergency response training practices for people with disabilities: Analysis of some current practices and recommendations for future training programs, by Rowland, J., Fox, M.H., White, G.W., & Rooney, C. Journal of Disability Policy Studies 17(4), Spring 2007.
“Don’t let this happen to you….” An update on the Nobody Left Behind research project’s on-line consumer survey, Research and Training Center on Independent Living, University of Kansas, 2004
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