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Resources for preparing your household, regardless of size for emergencies and disasters

Pandemic Checklist To Get Them Ready For School

Here is a simple pandemic checklist to get them ready for school that may trigger you to consider other items specific to your school bound family member(s).  The time it takes to ship supplies is extended due to CoVid-19, so a bit of pre-planning may serve you well.

  • Get them used to long periods of time in their mask.

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Home Emergency Evacuation Planning

Home Emergency Evacuation Plan

Develop your home emergency evacuation plan.  Draw a diagram of your home-be sure to show alternative living spaces such as the attic,

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Prepare Your Pets For Disaster

Prepare Your Pets Before Disaster

Prepare a “go bag” for your pets. Reach out to your local animal shelter for help answering these questions:

Where are the nearest shelters that accept pets during a disaster?

Which hotels in the surrounding area accept pets?

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Family Emergency Communication Plan Template

Our Emergency Communication Plan

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Family Emergency Communications Plan-What is it?

Family Emergency Communications Plan

We need Family Emergency Communications with your friends and family to find out if they are okay and to let them know that you are safe?   If you think you will simply call them on your/their cell phone,

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Family Preparedness-Why We Should Plan For It Now?

Family Preparedness-Why We Should Plan for it Now?

Sharon K. Lobb, M.A. President/CEO Primed!, LLC  4/10/2020

We are in an international pandemic and socially isolated, so that means we are already in a disaster but I want you to focus on Family Preparedness–Now!

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