How Will You Know When Elderly Relatives Are in Danger Without Snooping?

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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedInThe US Department of Health and Human Services estimates over 80% of the elderly live alone or with their spouse (37% of elderly women live alone), away from their children. Many have rudimentary cell phones and are not connected to social media, which are…
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Have You Read the Emergency Plan Workbook Yet?

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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedInSafetyInformed.org has created a free book that contains twenty-four pages of step-by-step guidance and fill-in-the-blank worksheets that help you complete an emergency plan for your entire household. It’s a great for planning together with the entire family and as a homeschool exercise. It’s freely…
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Download Our Reverse 911 Poster

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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Spread the word about Reverse 911 Do your friends, neighbors, and co-workers know they can get local emergency alerts, instead of those nebulous federal 90 character text alerts from FEMA and NOAA that just say, “check your local news for more info?” Make…
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How to Recover and Rebuild from a Natural Disaster

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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedInWhether you have just survived a house fire or a hurricane the recovery process can be long, frustrating and costly.  You may have lost your home and your property.  Now you are asked to rebuild your home and your life. Emergency response can bring…
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Reverse 911 Provides The Most Accurate Alerts For Local Emergencies

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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedInIn times of emergency there is a vast amount of knowledge available but most of us don’t know how to get the critical information that pertains to us. We listen to the radio, bounce around the TV dial, or comb through social media trying to…
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The 3 Keys to Ensuring Your Family’s Safety

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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedInThere are three key words that spell success in improving your safety in the face of any emergency… Awareness, Knowledge, Preparation. These watchwords not only apply to the process of establishing your emergency plan, they are the keys to monitoring and updating your plan….
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Know What’s Going On

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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedInIt’s been said that knowledge is power and nowhere is that more true than in an emergency situation. To be aware of pending danger is one of most important elements of your family’s survival plan and we’ve taken that to heart and provided you…
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Help is Available, But Do You Know How to Find It in a Loud and Over-Connected World?

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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedInIt is important to become familiar with the emergency notifications that you might receive from your local Emergency Notification System and how you should respond. And it is also important that you include as part of your emergency planning becoming familiar with organizations that…
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Are You Listening?

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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedInOnce you have registered with your local Emergency Network System by using SafetyInformed’s free registration system you will be notified of any local emergencies affecting your area. But in addition to that it’s the wise household that keeps itself fully informed by monitoring other…
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The SafetyInformed Committment

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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedInThe key to successfully managing any emergency is being prepared ahead of time but even more critical is being informed that an emergency is headed your way. Whether its a tornado, fire, flood or broken gas line, just having even a few minutes notice…
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