Planning for both the youngest and oldest of your family members presents some unique issues. Below are some guidelines and helpful tips for you to consider when planning for children and elderly loved ones.
Emergency planning for a family - especially if you have children - requires extra thought and preparation. You have to take into account additional factors that will help everyone effectively manage a stressful situation.
These are just some of the issues you should consider when making emergency plans that include children. For additional information on planning for children and helpful tips to effectively manage an emergency situation, visit:
Older Texans are one of the most at-risk groups when a disaster happens. If you fall into this group, or you’re making a plan that includes aging parents or elderly relatives, you’ll have to address a number of age-related issues so that an emergency situation is less challenging. These are just some of the issues you’ll need to consider when making emergency plans that include older Texans. For additional information on planning for aging adults and helpful tips to effectively manage an emergency situation, visit the DSHS website dealing with the elderly.