Making sure they’re ready: Full Life provides dozens of clients with disaster preparedness kits

  • Courtesy photo Emergency kits were distributed to 47 Full Life clients with developmental disabilities at the end of July in preparation for Hurricane Douglas.

  • Courtesy photo Emergency kits were distributed to 47 Full Life clients with developmental disabilities at the end of July in preparation for Hurricane Douglas.

  • Courtesy photo Roy Corpuz receives an emergency preparedness kit from Full Life.

  • Courtesy photo Quentin Wong receives an emergency preparedness kit from Full Life.

  • Courtesy photo Paul Pascua receives an emergency preparedness kit from Full Life.

  • Courtesy photo JJ DeHerrera and his mom, Janet, receive an emergency preparedness kit from Full Life.

  • Courtesy photo Jessica Paupore receives an emergency preparedness kit from Full Life.

Full Life, a Hawaii Island nonprofit dedicated to helping people with developmental disabilities lead happy, productive and self-directed lives, recently provided dozens of clients with a disaster preparedness kit amid the threat of Hurricane Douglas, which skirted the state at the end of July.