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Our objective was to develop an intervention to reduce children's overall anxiety, not just help kids do well on a test. more
Lee County, the place where Hurricane Ian slammed ashore three weeks ago, is suffering from a record-breaking epidemic of Vibrio vulnificus. more
Seasonal crops, livestock, nursery and aquaculture products potentially lost as a result of Hurricane Ian will likely be valued between $787 million and $1.56 billion. more
The US experienced 15 disasters in the first nine months of 2022; each causing at least $1 billion in damage. Hurricane Ian is taking the largest toll of these disasters by far. more
Districtwide, September rainfall averaged 12.78 inches, 6.04 inches above the average for the month. Orange County received over 18 inches. more
More than $210 million in federal disaster assistance has been approved for over 128,000 individuals and households impacted by Hurricane Ian. more
While it may still take days, weeks, or even months to get a full picture of the destruction Hurricane Ian left in its path across Florida’s peninsula. more
Hurricane Ian left an extraordinarily broad path of destruction across much of Florida. That was evident in reports from the ground, but it also shows up in satellite data. more
Federal Emergency Management Agency Individual Assistance can help residents recover after Hurricane Ian.  Residents can apply now. more
Florida is one of 21 states that does not require home sellers to notify their buyers that the house has flooded before. more
Many farmworkers live in inadequate housing and/or mobile homes that are particularly vulnerable to hurricane damage. more
Massive storms like Ian and Fiona mark the beginning of a long and frustrating process for anyone who loses their home and possessions. more
By Saturday evening, the figure of deaths attributed to Hurricane Ian had nearly doubled to 44 deaths, with 30 in Lee County, where Ian had battered the southwest coast of the peninsula. more
Health care services are essential at any time, but when disasters strike, those services become even more crucial as injuries rise. more
1.9 million homes and businesses are still without power, according to information from a news conference Friday morning. more
Individuals and households in Orange County can apply for temporary housing assistance, basic home repairs, and certain other uninsured disaster-related needs. more
 Rep. Val Demings (FL-10) wrote to President Biden asking him to approve a temporary 100% federal cost-share for all emergency protective services in response to Hurricane Ian. Rep. Demings … more
Ian is a tropical storm whose center is about to emerge off the Florida Space Coast after raking through the peninsula Wednesday. more
In many disasters, people are starting to ask whether rooftop solar and battery storage systems can keep the lights on and the air conditioner running when the power grid can’t. more
I​an rapidly intensified into a major hurricane at 2:30 a.m. EDT and then made landfall in western Cuba two hours later. It will emerge over the waters of the southeast Gulf of Mexico later Tuesday. more
As Hurricane Ian approaches, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County wants to ensure you and your family are prepared. We encourage you to start gathering your supplies now. more
The St. Johns River Water Management District is closely monitoring Hurricane Ian and is taking proactive measures to help manage the anticipated rainfall in the coming days. more
A tropical storm watch is now in effect for Orange County. Residents are encouraged to stay prepared and continue to monitor the latest weather updates. more
Rainfall accumulations of 2-4” before the event will increase flooding concerns area-wide. Residents and visitors should prepare for heavy rain, gusty winds, and possible tornadoes more
Additional flooding and rises on area streams and rivers cannot be ruled out, especially in Central Florida, given already saturated antecedent conditions. more
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