Become a Person-Centred Emergency Planning Peer Leader
The Adelaide Hills Council is inviting expressions of interest from people with disability to become Person-Centred Emergency Preparedness (P-CEP) Peer Leaders.
P-CEP Peer Leaders are people with disability helping raise awareness with other people with a disability about P-CEP. The P-CEP is a framework and toolkit for people with disability to prepare for their safety and wellbeing in emergencies.
The Queensland Disability Network, together with Adelaide Hills Council will deliver their P-CEP Peer Leadership Program in February 2024 for people with a disability living in the Adelaide Hills and are currently seeking participants.
What is the P-CEP Peer Leadership Program?
The P-CEP Peer Leadership Program, developed by QDN and the University of Sydney, supports learning in Person-Centred Emergency Preparedness (P-CEP) and Peer Leadership.
The P-CEP Peer Leadership Program uses the P-CEP Workbook that was co-designed by people with disability to prepare for their safety and wellbeing in emergencies. It draws on the research that informed person-centred and strengths-based approaches to making an emergency plan tailored to individual support needs in emergencies.
P-CEP Peer Leaders are people with disability helping raise awareness with other people with disability about P-CEP.
The program introduces you to the P-CEP Workbook and helps you to take steps to get ready for emergencies.
Expressions of interest
There is an expression of interest process for those keen to complete the workshops. If you would like further information, contact the Council Community Resilience Officers:
- P: 0487 273 582
- E: firstname.lastname@example.org
- P: (08) 8408 0445
- E: email@example.com