7 comments on “Children and Emergency Planning

  1. Great information for helping to prepare the young for disasters. We have to remember they won’t know what’s happening (if they are really young) and the better we can communicate with them the better they will cooperate in a crisis.

    • Thanks for the comment, it seems people have a hard time talking to their kids about these types of things but you are right the more we communicate with them the better off we all are in the long run.

  2. Nothing worse than being in a situation where you need to move or act NOW and your kids are tripping out or frozen to the spot.

    • So true, that’s why role playing is so important because it gets them use to different scenarios and how to react to them, then when something actually does happen it’s not as traumatic and they can react to the situation at hand.

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