Emergency Preparedness

The world of preparedness shouts warnings and doomsday predictions. In 2004, my family was given 20 minutes notice to flee the thirty-foot flames of the California wildfires, rushing towards us on winds traveling 60-70 miles per hour.

Adults should be prepared. Even more so if you are responsible for an infant, child, or other dependent family member. Life happens. I hope my life never again includes walls of flame faster than my car and taller than my house!

Various first aid and medical scenarios will also be featured here.

Top Three Priorities In An Emergency S

Heatstroke Scenario

Hypothermia Scenario