Show you care. Help your local community meet the threat of bird flu with effective coordination and planning. Find ways to keep parents informed and become empowered participants in the
campaign against bird flu.

1. Get the overview on bird flu
2. Anticipate social issues
3. Learn to plan; plan to continue
4. Protect your community
5. Know how to respond

The Summit agenda highlights hands-on experience. Training activities include: creating a chain of command for better preparedness and response; knowing who’s who and where to go for help
or information; and tabletop exercises (classroom, home front, and community scenarios)

Be on top of the situation: The keys are prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery. Take with you the “action tools” that will help you communicate, coordinate, and