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Family Communications Plan Considerations during emergency

Family Communications Plan Considerations during emergency | Family Preparadness | Scoop.it

When making your family’s plan, please consider the following situations resulting from a severe disaster:

It will take the Federal Emergency Response Agency (FEMA) time to bring help and order to a major disaster area. This is why it is deemed essential to have AT LEAST 72 hours of self-sufficiency as a family, so you can fend for yourselves until assistance can be rendered. This responsibility lies with you, not the government! (Think about what happened with Hurricane Katrina).


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Is The SpareOne Phone The Best One In A Disaster?

With the recent tornado in Oklahoma, it brings to mind the need for being prepared. And one of the very specific needs is communication. Whether it be for emergency communications or connecting with family, you have to have a phone as part of your emergency plans. Without one, you are going to be isolated and [...]


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Ready Classroom offers free K-8 resources teaching emergency preparedness for teachers, students and familes.

Ready Classroom offers free K-8 resources teaching emergency preparedness for teachers, students and familes. | Family Preparadness | Scoop.it
Interactive severe weather map, lesson plans, videos, weather descriptions, family emergency plan, emergency checklists, make a plan online, preparedness for pets.

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Family Emergency Preparedness - Infants And Children - home survival training

Be sure to include infants and children in your family emergency preparedness plans. Even if you don't have kids you can use the preps to barter.

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two videos to help you prepare your children and infants for a disaster.