4 Ways to Prepare Your Family for an Emergency

For parents and caretakers, thinking about natural disasters or other emergency situations can be unsettling. It’s no surprise, then, that explaining those topics to a child may be far more difficult.

How can you make sure that your child is informed without making him or her feel afraid?

Prioritizing emergency preparedness helps ensure that everyone in your family will be calm and prepared if disaster strikes. That process begins with shared discussion and safety-related activities.

Here are a few ways to get started:

Encouraging your family members to learn about the importance of safety and being ready for emergencies could save their lives. To learn more about making a family disaster preparedness plan, visit Save the Children.

For other ways to prepare: 

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