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Households with children should understand  the school’s  plans and where  the children will stay safe if adults in the household need to shelter in other locations until the immediate hazard  is over                                   source: http://fema.gov

  • Individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing should make sure that they can receive emergency alerts and warnings in an accessible form.

  • Individuals who require accessible transportation should work with their local paratransit and disability service providers to make an emergency plan.


  • People who speak languages other than English may need to identify sources of alerts and warnings and information about community plans in other languages.


  • People without vehicles should know local plans for public transportation and may need to make arrangements for transportation from local government, organizations or others.


  • Households with infants should plan for food and supplies for infants and nursing mothers.


  • People with dietary needs should have an adequate emergency food supply to meet their needs.


  • People who take medications should maintain an adequate supply, and copies of their prescriptions.


  • People with service animals should work with local emergency management to ensure that their service dog will be admitted to shelters with them during emergencies (as required by law) and should make sure their plan kit supplies include food and other items for their service animal. _____________

Communities across the United States face the threat of emergencies and disasters nearly every day. Although children represent about 25 percent of the U.S. population, current state and local disaster preparedness plans often do not include specific considerations for children and families. The preparedness and resilience of communities in areas related to children requires a systems framework that incorporates traditional and non-traditional medical and public health stakeholders - including community organizations, schools, and other partners in municipal planning.

                     Read More at:
https://www.nap.edu/iomposter/taking-care-of-kids


READY WRIGGLY :
ENCLOSED PREPARATION GUIDE FOR PARENTS AT HOME
AND TEACHERS AT SCHOOL
FOR THE FLU SEASON
Kidde Fire Safety
PREPARATIONS FOR CHILDREN
WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: USA.gov


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of God's Flock;
Those who are in your care"