We’ve compiled these online resources to provide information on how to help when disaster strikes. This includes a list of organizations that help those in need, information on how to talk to young children about disasters they learn about in the media, and preparedness for child care and preschool programs in the U.S. We’ve also provided information about helping children during and after a disaster.
- How organizations help children in a disaster
- Disaster planning for child care and preschool programs
- Talking to children about disasters
- Helping children after a disaster
- Including children in post-disaster rebuilding
- Families coping with disaster
- Post-disaster policy recommendations
The Red Cross helps people affected by disasters across the country and around the word.
Seven print tools programs can use to evaluate their emergency preparedness plan - from the federal government.
NAEYC is not responsible for the content of the above listed websites. Links may not be active or up-to-date.
Founded in 1926, the National Association for the Education of Young Children is the largest and most influential advocate for high-quality early care and education in the United States.