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Emergency Preparedness for Special Needs Children


What to have in place before a crisis


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Select an out-of-town contact. Sometimes it's easier to connect with people not in your community since those who are local may also be in the midst of the same crisis. Identify someone from another town and have all family members learn this person's number. In an emergency, family members can call this person to tell them where they are.

Being prepared to handle a crisis of any kind is good planning for every parent. For those families with special needs children, this advanced preparation becomes even more essential. Take the time today to put these suggestions into action and gain peace of mind that your loved ones will be as safe as possible in an emergency.

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