“You go to the shelter where you’re evacuated.
Then they want to close the shelters because they’re in schools and places that need to get back to serving the purpose they were designed for.
The quick solution is to institutionalize the person with no real plan to get back to the home they were in before the disaster.
We are making sure losing one’s home to a disaster is not a one-way ticket to
a person with a disability not being able to live in their community,” Deborah Dietz said.