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Kansas Fire Safety Solutions

Monday, January 14, 2013
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Sara Sack, PhD

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Sheila Simmons, MA

Funded by U.S. Department of Homeland Security / Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Collaborating Agencies: Northwest Kansas Educational Service Center, OCCK, Resource Center for Independent Living, SKIL Resource Center, Inc.

Kansas Fire Safety Solutions will accept and approve applications from people who are deaf or hard of hearing; install free smoke alarms that meet the unique needs of these individuals; plan a home fire drill specific to each home, and assist with a home safety survey to prevent fires, burns, falls, and other common home injuries. Kansans of all ages with a documented hearing impairment (deaf or hard of hearing), are eligible.

ATK is a federally funded program to assist persons with disabilities to increase access to, provision of, and funding for assistive technology. ATK will rely on its five regional AT Access Sites to provide outreach, eligibility determination, and installation and training to people who are deaf or hard of hearing of all ages across the state.

Individuals, family members or service providers interested in the Kansas Fire Safety Solutions program can contact the program by calling toll-free 800-KAN DO IT (800-626-3648) or download an application online on the ATK Website.

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