Preparedness for Children
Disasters often strike quickly and without warning. They are frightening for adults and can be traumatic for children. Your family may have to leave home and change your daily routine. Be prepared to give your children guidance that will help reduce their fears.
Preparations for Kids
Preparedness for Functional Needs
Each person’s needs and abilities are unique, but every individual can take important steps to prepare for all kinds of emergencies and put plans in place. By evaluating your own personal needs and making an emergency plan, you can be better prepared for any situation.
Preparations for Functional Needs
Preparedness for Seniors
In the event of an emergency – whether it’s a flood, tornado, or power outage – seniors are especially vulnerable. That’s why emergency preparedness is so vital for seniors. A commitment to planning today can help them prepare for any emergency that may happen tomorrow.
Preparations for Seniors
Preparedness for Pets
For many, pets are more than just animals – they are part of the family. As beloved members of your family, they should be included in your emergency planning process. Make sure your disaster plan addresses what arrangements you have made for your pets.
Preparations for Pets