Coronavirus Resources for Older Adults and Caregivers
Information for older adults and their caregivers and families, long term care providers, health care professionals.
Back to School Safety Checklist
As summer draws to a close and children start heading back to school, family life can get pretty hectic. It’s important to remember – and share with your children – some key tips that will help keep them safe and healthy throughout the school year.
Preparing for Disasters in Your Home: What to Buy, What to Skip
What you need to buy, and what you can skip as you prepare your home for an eventual emergency situation.
How to Organize and Prepare for Disasters
Since so many disasters happen unexpectedly, it’s important to have a plan in place to know what you will do when a disaster occurs. Here are some tips to help you the next time you face a disaster.
Kid's Guide to Building a Disaster Supply Kit
An explanation of emergency preparedness to children; what it means and how they can help. We’d like to extend a shout out of thanks to Mia! She is a student in an after school group that is learning about emergency safety.
An In-Depth Guide to Financial Emergency Preparedness
Managing your finances is especially important, as is coming up with a plan of action.
Emergency Preparedness for Seniors & the Disabled
You should create an emergency preparedness guide to keep seniors and the disabled safe and accessible even as a crisis is unfolding.
Emergency Preparedness for Seniors
The American Red Cross recommends that senior citizens create a personal support network made up of several individuals who will check in on you in an emergency, to ensure your wellness and to give assistance if needed. This page discusses seven important items that need to be considered.
ASPCA: Emergency Preparedness and Pets
Each type of disaster requires different measures to keep your pets safe, so the best thing you can do for yourself and your pets is to be prepared.
Pet Safety in Cars
General tips, planning for emergencies or unexpected issues.
Humane Society - Protect Your Pets
From id tags to pet-friendly hotels, some great ideas for keeping your pet safe during an emergency.
Ready for Anything: First Aid for Pets
To avoid the feelings of panic that may accompany these situations, we recommend the following steps to better prepare you for a pet medical emergency.
CDC Guide to Extreme Heat
Heat-related deaths and illnesses are preventable. Despite this fact, around 618 people in the United States are killed by extreme heat every year. This website provides helpful tips, information, and resources to help you stay safe in the extreme heat this summer.
Homeowners Guide to Lightning Safety
Lightning is unpredictable and can strike at any time of year during a variety of weather conditions. Your best defense is to be prepared to protect yourself, your home and yard, and vulnerable populations like children, the elderly, and the disabled.
Disaster Preparedness at Home: Filter Out the Damage
One of the most common issues that arises involves reduced air quality indoors, as it is often compromised when power is disrupted, the environment rapidly changes in extreme ways, and allergens are introduced to the environment.
Disaster Safety for Renters
What you need to know to keep your belongings safe.
Important Legal Documents for Emergency Preparedness
If your family suddenly has to vacate your home, and you only have time to grab your disaster kit and run, you will want to make sure it has the right documents to keep you on track. This list will help you prepare for the next disaster with the right documents.
Disaster Prep & Self Storage - What You Need to Know
Regardless of the disaster you’re most at risk for, you need to know what to do to protect yourself before one strikes. A storage unit and proper storage techniques can be one of your lines of defense. This guide will look at how you can use a storage unit to protect your items as you make sure you’re as prepared as possible for a potential disaster.
Emergency Driving Tips
If you are like most drivers, you may not have the chance to practice how you would react in an emergency situation before it happens. But, knowing what to do in unexpected driving situations can make a difference. Taking the wrong action or no action when something goes wrong can increase your chances of crashing your vehicle.
Trucking, Travel and Dangerous Weather
When traveling for any distance, bad weather can cause everything from slight delays to major accidents. When truckers have advanced warning and know what to do in severe weather situations, they can keep themselves, their vehicles, and their shipments safe.
Free and Low Cost Emergency Preparedness Kits and Courses
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