Preparedness Mama shares a article a family communications plan in case of a disaster.
If a disaster happens, all family members may not be in one location …. does your family have a plan ?
Do you have adult children attending college or living elsewhere ?
Younger children also need multiple emergency contacts as well.
What if your phone lines are out but you somehow can reach a place to make a call – do you have another relative or close personal friend that can be a designated place for all family members to call ?
Contacting loved ones to find out if they are safe if this the number one concern after water, food and shelter.
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