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DAIP worked with the NREL to provide content about renewable energy resources on DisasterAssistance.gov. Making these renewable energy resources available on DisasterAssistance.gov marks a great step forward to providing comprehensive resources for recovering from a disaster. DisasterAssistance.gov connects resources for older Americans to help the whole community prepare and move forward after a disaster. Many schools recognize preparedness weeks, during which teachers can weave DisasterAssistance.gov resources into existing lesson plans or create new activities for students while learning about preparedness.
Together with NREL, DAIP added four new categories of information to DisasterAssistance.gov. Survivors can access the new green resources information on the Moving Forward and Community Resources pages located at the bottom of the DisasterAssistance.gov website.


Disaster Assistance Improvement Program (DAIP) recently added new content on DisasterAssistance.gov for individuals with disabilities and others with access and functional needs, children and families, and older Americans. Now, disaster survivors and disaster response volunteers can access online resources, downloadable guides and videos for the whole community by visiting the Disaster Information page on DisasterAssistance.gov. DisasterAssistance.gov also provides videos tailored to assist older Americans with their personal emergency plans. Many schools recognize preparedness weeks, during which teachers can integrate DisasterAssistance.gov resources into existing lesson plans or create new activities for students while learning about preparedness. Together with NREL, DAIP has added four new categories of information to DisasterAssistance.gov. Survivors and their families can download guides from the American Red Cross, FEMA, the State of Florida and Ready Wisconsin directly from DisasterAssistance.gov to assist with the preparedness efforts for older Americans.
On a mobile device, survivors can find disaster assistance on DisasterAssistance.gov that meets their personal needs using new sliding sub menus.


But for now, DAIP asks everyone to be proactive and save DisasterAssistance.gov to your smartphones, tablet devices and desktops to access all the recovery resources the government has to offer before a disaster strikes. Statistics show that in fiscal year 2012, more disaster survivors turned to mobile devices to apply for disaster assistance on DisasterAssistance.gov than ever before - XX,XXX to be exact. Disaster Assistance Improvement Program (DAIP) worked with the Department of Energy's headquarters and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to share energy related content on renewable energy sources via DisasterAssistance.gov. DAIP also optimized the site's content, layout and navigation to ensure a consistent experience for survivors visiting DisasterAssistance.gov on their desktop or mobile device.



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