Category: Disaster Preparation

Talking to Your Children About Difficult News

Children’s lives are touched by trauma on a regular basis, no matter how much parents or teachers try to keep the “bad things” away.  Instead of shielding children from the danger of violence or tragedies around us, adults… Read More

Winter Weather Events: Preparation and Safety

People in Florida might not consider planning and preparing for winter weather events because of it’s normally mild temperatures.  However, some northern Florida regions experience temperatures below freezing and occasional snow and ice storms during the winter months. … Read More

After the Hurricane: Cleaning Up Safely

After a hurricane there is usually debris, limbs, trees fallen and other property damage. Homeowners can be seriously injured while doing their own tree work.  It is always a good idea to consult a professional before taking on… Read More

Food and Water Safety: Before and After the Storm

view of a road with storm clouds with a cyclone

Are you prepared for disaster?  There is more to being prepared than just stocking up.  After disaster strikes, it is important to know proper food and water safety to ensure the well-being of your loved ones. Emergency Preparation… Read More