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An Emergency Meeting Place for Grandma and Grandpa

 

Natural disasters and the unexpected things in life are unavoidable. It doesn

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Taking The Worry Out of What IF There Is An Emergency?

 

Grandma Doris fell after stepping on a bunch of grapes on the floor while trying to grab a bag of salad from the shelf. Not only was she embarrassed and in pain but no one had witnessed her fall. Fortunately a worker from the meat department saw grandma on the floor and called the store manager immediately. Grandma was bruised, had a swollen knee and was feeling dizzy.

Things could have been worse if Grandma had been unconscious and needed medical attention immediately.

Unable to drive home, the store manager needed to call Grandma Doris

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Disaster Planning 101 Part 2

Disaster Planning 101 Part 2

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Disaster Planning 101

Are you one of the 1 in 8 Americans between ages 40 and 60 who is both raising children and caring for aging parents?

Helping aging parents prepare for emergencies and disaster is probably just as difficult as helping your teen learn to drive. Neither is easy- both are over-confident and want to take short cuts.

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What We Can Learn from Girl Scouts and the Cookies We Sold

What We Can Learn from Girl Scouts and the Cookies We Sold

Have you ever heard the words,

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Are you Ready for the Change of Season and a Time to Plan Ahead?

Are you Ready for the Change of Season and a Time to Plan Ahead?

Many parents in our country are sending kids back to school after Labor Day weekend. The Labor Day celebration usually marks the end of summer and the changing of season is also the beginning of sporting events and the preparation of harvest and new things to come. Daylight will get shorter and nights will get colder