With the last two weeks of severe thunderstorms, rain and local flooding, the timing couldn't be better for Elder Update to be publishing a Disaster Preparedness Guide. This 24 page guide is loaded with helpful information regarding just about any natural disaster from preparing for hurricane season, tornadoes, floods, lighting and the list goes on and on. It's been put together to help us make sure we're all prepared along with our elderly loved ones.
Don't wait until a storm warning comes across the bottom of your television. Take the time to read this latest edition from Elder Affairs with just a click of your mouse on the headline above.
A statement from the Florida Board of Health in the section on emergency preparedness says it all:
"Emergency Preparedness is not just for the young, especially when it involves
specific health and medical needs. Elders of all ages can be prepared for
any type of disaster, with thoughtful planning and coordination with family,
friends and caregivers ahead of time."
For the Spanish edition, click here.
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