Become a Person-Centred Emergency Preparedness Peer Leader
Why Adelaide Hills needs you!
The Adelaide Hills Council (AHC) 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 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.
What are you invited to do
1. Be part of 2x workshops in February 2024 to learn about action to increase your emergency preparedness.
2. Be a change maker and share P-CEP in your community.
3. Stay connected and share what you’re learning.
What is the P-CEP Peer Leadership Program?
The P-CEP Peer Leadership Program, developed by Queensland Disability Network 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.
How is the program delivered?
Over two workshop sessions in February 2024, and attendance at both is crucial.
QDN Facilitator will be online, and participants will be with the AHC Community Resilience team in Stirling. Participants can receive participation support from the AHC Team and South Australian P-CEP Peer Leader, Annette Holden.
We will work with you to ensure the workshops are accessible for you. Let us know how we can help you to actively participate in the workshops.