Join Members of the Bay Shore Fire Department, Local Police Officers, Members of the Bay Shore-Brightwaters Rescue Ambulance, Local Community Leaders and the Creators of the Special Moms Network for the Launch of a New System Designed to Provide Emergency Responders with Critical Information in Homes with Special Needs Children and Adults
In the event of a fire or other home emergency, children and adults with special needs – particularly those who are non-verbal and have physical limitations – require special care.
We are excited to introduce a new system designed to ensure that all local emergency responders have important information to best care for special needs individuals in the case of an emergency.
Monday, June 27 — Noon to 1 p.m.
195 5th Avenue in Bay Shore
John Ippolito, Jr., Chief of the Bay Shore Fire Department
Ed Kunz, Jr. , Ist Assistant Fire Chief
John Wright, 3rd Precinct C.O.P.E. Officer
Felix Rodriguez, Bay Shore-Brightwaters Rescue Ambulance Chief
Kimberly Sennes, Special Moms Network member and creator of new system
Be the first to learn about these important new measures being taken to help families with special needs individuals and join us for this important presentation that impacts all those in our community … and beyond.