Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
Disasters can be particularly hard for young children and older adults. As you think about ways that you'll plan to keep all of the people who matter to you safe and healthy in a disaster, consider how their needs may change as they grow or as they become older. Whether you are planning to keep little ones safe or you are starting a conversation with older parents about what you will do to help each other when a disaster strikes, these resources can help you prepare across the generations.
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