It’s time to roll up your sleeves!
Information Resources-Top Bar Tabs & Below
The following information sources are not all inclusive and are only added to give you ideas. These sites do, however, give you information that you can modify for your own use and they have lots of free resources. We have been counseled to have an emergency plan and to be prepared for emergencies, the ideas here may help you. You can also go to the “STEPBYSTEP” page for a walk through about where to start or what to do next. Videos about the monthly Areas of Focus can be found on the “INFO_VIDS” page. Anything that we have handed out, including the material from the May 2018 5th Sunday presentation can be found on the “DOWNLOADS” page. You can comment on any of our pages at the bottom of each page. Please let us know what you like and any ideas that you may have that you would like to see included.
Check Out the Red Cross
There is a lot of good information and check lists on the site linked to below.
Maracopa County Arizona
Check out your county website for what they are doing and saying about emergency prearedness.
Try Step by Step
Do you want some Step-by-Step guidance. Try the link below. This Link is from Us to our Step by Step page.
Help Prepare Your Kids
Learn how to reduce and manage your childs fears before, during and after a disaster or emergency.
KISS - Keep It Simple, *@!#**
I loved the picture and wanted to use it but don’t want to insult your intelligence. Just remember: “Preparedness, when properly pursued, is a way of life, not a sudden, spectacular program.” Spencer W. Kimball, 1976
“We can begin ever so modestly. We can begin with a one week’s food supply and gradually build it to a month, and then to three months. I fear that so many feel that a long-term food supply is so far beyond their reach that they make no effort at all. Begin in a small way…and gradually build toward a resonable objective.” Gordon B. Hinckley.
Get your children involved. Check out the preparedness game for 7-11 year olds. You can find it here on the RedCross page and download it. It is called “Monster Guard”, was created by Disney and can be found down toward the bottom of the RedCross page. It looks like fun. I got stuck in a corner trying to pick up garbage around the house to keep us safe from fires. I am sure a 7 year old can do a much better job than I can. It was created by Disney for the Red Cross to give kids 7-11 a safe place to explore being prepared for an emergency.
Do Something Today
It is August 2018 and for the next month we will concentrate on 3 Specific Potential Disasters. However, by following this link you can find information on the areas of focus for the past months also