Fire Safety Curriculum

""Most people are hurt or killed in a fire because they don’t know what to do. People with developmental disabilities may not be able to take life‐saving actions in a timely manner. They may wait for verbal instructions or simply wait to be rescued.

Through a grant from the U.S. Fire Administration and in partnership with Fire Protection Publications and Oklahoma State University, SEEDS has created a fire safety curriculum designed to meet the learning needs of people with developmental disabilities.

Tod Deobler, Captain of the Fire Prevention Bureau says that this is “great material.”



How to Escape (Option 1) $35.00

Fire Safety Educational Films that correspond with the fire curricula off the SEEDS website

SEEDS Educational Services created a series of Fire Awareness and Prevention vignettes which feature many actors with disabilities and fire survivors. Part 1 emphasizes smoke alarm awareness and home escape.  The vignettes were designed to be used in conjunction to the whole curriculum — not to be used alone.

This purchase includes:

  • Hard-copy DVD (How To Be Fire Safe, Part 1)
  • Digital download: How To Be Fire Safe Trainer’s Guide, How To Be Fire Safe (Manual 1)

 


Fire Prevention (Option 2) $50.00

In Home Fire Prevention DVD

SEEDS Educational Services created a series of Fire Awareness and Prevention vignettes which feature many actors with disabilities and fire survivors.  Part 2 emphasizes home prevention skills regarding cooking, dryer, and smoking.  The vignettes were designed to be used in conjunction to the whole curriculum — not to be used alone.

This purchase includes:

  • Hard-copy DVD (How To Be Fire Safe, Part 2)
  • Digital download: How To Be Fire Safe Trainer’s Guide, How To Be Fire Safe (Manual 1)

Fire Educator Kit $160.00

SEEDS Fire Educator Kit includes: fire safety poster(s), instructor's lesson guide(s), videos and more. This kit is designed for teaching fire safety to people with mild to moderate developmental disabilities
Most people are hurt or killed in a fire because they don’t know what to do. People with developmental disabilities may not be able to take life‐saving actions in a timely manner. They may wait for verbal instructions or simply wait to be rescued.
Through a grant from the U.S. Fire Administration and in partnership with Fire Protection Publications and Oklahoma State University, SEEDS has created a Fire Educator’s Kit included in the kit is:
Training Manual + DVD (for use with Fire/Safety Life Educators)
– “You Know What To Do” DVD with laminated script
Fire Safety Education Manuals:
– How To Be Fire Safe Part 1  (Home Escape)
– How To Be Fire Safe Part 2  (Fire Prevention)
5 Posters
– (1) Home Escape and (4) Fire Prevention (smoke alarm, cooking, smoking safety)
Set of 32 visual flashcards with instructions for use
Please contact the SEEDS office at 619-299-3161, to purchase. Thank You

Fire/Safety Life Educator (Option 3) $50.00

**Must be a current fire, life or safety educator to purchase this product**

This purchase includes:

  • Hard-copy Educator’s Guide to working with individuals with disabilities (includes training DVD)
  • Laminated Script with “You Know What To Do” DVD for use with students