If you are a caregiver that helps take care of a child with special needs, a child with a disability, an aging parent, or anyone really you know that we are not given discharge instructions when we leave the hospital on what to do in the event of an emergency. Let’s be honest, even if they did give us the information, they tell us so much that we probably wouldn’t remember it all anyway. Not to mention the fact that we are very busy dealing with everyday things to do and one more thing like creating an emergency preparedness plan seems like too much to bear. Let us help you create a plan one small step at a time.
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