Any earthquake plan you make needs to include your children. Are you prepared for an earthquake? Do you think your family knows what it needs to do to survive one? Will your family be able to recover quickly after an earthquake? Read on for some helpful ideas on preparing your children for the Big One.
Babies experience a lot of firsts: first teddy bear, first blankie, first pair of shoes, first roll-over, and first tooth. But what about first earthquake? First emergency? To ensure that those firsts are not any more traumatic than all of … more »
If an earthquake strikes, do you know someone who may need additional help getting out of their house, or assistance in implementing their emergency plan? Offer to be their Disaster Buddy! When we invited Stasha Wyksiel to be our guest … more »
As a person who is differently-abled, your needs for earthquake preparedness are special indeed. A first-rate plan for your own preparedness is essential, and making a grab-and-go bag that suits your needs is a great place to start. You may … more »
What could be more personal than, well, personal preparedness? It’s everyone’s individual responsibility to be prepared and build resiliency into the communities we love. It’s of course no different for people with special needs and/or different abilities. Whether you’re the … more »