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Emergency Readiness Kit

- Factsheet and Checklist
- Video and Presenter's Guide

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Aging in Stride proudly adds resources to support older adults and caregivers on the issue of personal emergency readiness to its resource center: Just in Case - Emergency Readiness for Older Adults and Caregivers. These resources include a factsheet, checklist, video, and presenter's kit.

Just in Case Video Clip PictureThese resources address the important issues specific to older adults and caregivers for emergency preparation including:

  • Making a personal plan

  • Medications, medical equipment, mobility and support services

  • Risks in your community

  • Preparing to stay at home and evacuate

  • Essential emergency supplies

12-page Factsheet and Checklist (PDF):

  • Available in both English and Spanish versions

  • Co-published with the U.S. Administration on Aging

  • Available as a free online consumer resource (click here for English or Spanish) or at www.AoA.gov

  • Included as a supplement to purchased copies of Aging in Stride. Please click here to order Aging in Stride.

Video and Presenter's Guide - The Complete Kit!

  • The 16-minute video is available as a free consumer resource streamed from the Aging in Stride website. Choose from the links at the top-right section of this page. 

  • The complete package:

    • A copy of the video (VHS or DVD)

    • Presenter's guide to help you engage a group of older adults and caregivers in discussing this valuable information.

    • Print ready copies of handouts for your program.

    • Special introductory price of $59.95 (regularly $89.95)

If you would like to purchase the Just in Case video and presenter's guide click here.



 

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"We've trained over 750 people using your film and handout in nine months. We use it in conjunction with FEMA and Red Cross information for senior housing programs, and in partnerships with Fire Department and Community Action groups. Seniors who attended 3 out of 4 emergency preparation classes--which might include fire safety, Just in Case, Health Department issues and State or Community emergency plan reviews--received a free basic emergency preparation kit. The film has been very helpful in encouraging seniors to improve their emergency readiness."

Kathy Nelson
Salt Lake County
Aging Services

 

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