As the snow came in, were you worried about an elderly loved one, friend, or client? What if they were snowed in or lost power?
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA,) at its Ready.gov website provides a simple guide for how older adults can be ready for an emergency. It is downloaded here as a PDF.
FEMA recommends the following:
- Get a Kit – Of Emergency Supplies.
- Make a Plan – For What You Will Do in an Emergency
- Be Informed – About What Might Happen
For all the details, read these resources now and help your friend or loved one be prepared!
More information is available at FEMA’s Ready.gov website.
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Contact us at Care is There Geriatric Care Management for a free consultation: 800.434.1633 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer geriatric care management, support for independent living, assisted living enhancement, Aging Life Care™, and peace of mind for long distance caregivers.
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