Moms and grandmothers know a lot about emergencies
April 4, 2014
Mothers of all ages know about dealing with emergencies. But there are some specific things that moms with young children, or elders with unique needs in the home can think about to deal with their unique situations:
- Have I taken an inventory of my home to see what we have for food and emergency supplies?
- Do I know what my community’s emergency plans and resources are?
- Have I made a plan for communicating with my family members if we are not together when an emergency happens?
- Do I have the emergency supplies I need both to stay in my house and if I have to evacuate?
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