Top First-Aid Skills & Resources for Treating Medial Emergencies during a Disaster

September 18, 2014 by  
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Top First-Aid Skills & Resources for Treating Medial Emergencies during a Disaster

Basic first-aid skills are something that everyone should know. While nothing can replace hands-on training, the following resource and videos cover the essential life-saving skills you need to respond to a wide range of medical emergencies.

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Mindful Preparation: Surviving Traumatic Events starts with Developing the Right Mindset

September 16, 2014 by  
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Mindful Preparation: Surviving Traumatic Events starts with Developing the Right Mindset

The will to survive is probably the single most important aspect of surviving a traumatic event. I can’t stress how important mental preparedness is for surviving crisis situations. Here is how you can develop a Survival Mindset.

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Preparedness for Children: How to Make sure your kids are ready to face Disasters

September 15, 2014 by  
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Preparedness for Children: How to Make sure your kids are ready to face Disasters

When planning for emergencies, it’s extremely important to involve your children in the planning process and talk to them about emergency preparedness…

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Dorm Room Preparedness: How to be prepared while away at college

September 11, 2014 by  
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Dorm Room Preparedness: How to be prepared while away at college

College can present a number of safety concerns and preparedness challenges; find out what you can do to protect yourself from threats and crisis situations while away at school.

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Preparedness & Fear: Prepping without giving into Fear

September 9, 2014 by  
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Preparedness & Fear: Prepping without giving into Fear

Removing the effects of Fear from disasters and crisis situations. During a disaster, it’s those who prepared that are going to have the least amount to worry about….

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