TIP 1: This website allows you to register phone numbers in their system to receive emergency alerts if something happens in your area.
TIP 2: This website allows you to register children from 0-21 who have special healthcare needs so that if you call 911, responders are aware of the health conditions your child has.
TIP 3: A voluntary registry residents of Delaware who would like to have important health information available to first responders.
TIP 4: Keep items on hand that don’t spoil easily or are easy to prepare without access to water or electricity.
TIP 5: Disposable rubber gloves are useful when you need to do something messy, like change a baby’s diaper or deal with a first aid related concern, but don’t have running water. Once the job’s complete, you can take off the gloves and throw them away.
TIP 6: Review the tips on the back of the “areas of need” sheets to give you some pointers about what to take or keep in mind when packing your bag.”
TIP 7: If you have a smart phone, you can consider downloading and using something such as MyMedList (see the Helpful Tools and Tips page). That way if you and your medication become separated or if you need a refill, the medication is easier to get.