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AMES encourages its customers / patients to have their own Emergency Plan. This plan should be in place throughout the year. Emergency Management officials suggest having sufficient food, water, medicine and other necessary supplies to last at least three (3) days. Family and friends can take part in formulating your emergency plan.
Remember, the best way to make you, your family and home safer is to be prepared before a disaster happens.
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Remember the special needs of your family. Infants, seniors, and those with disabilities need additional planning. Here are a few helpful things to think about when planning for your family.
Emergency plans can be a scary thing for kids. One way to involve your children is to make your plan a fun family project. FEMA offers a great web site for kids to help you teach them about emergencies in a way that's fun for the whole family. For more information, visit FEMA's Ready Kids.
Pack all your medical and health management supplies. Ask your doctor or pharmacist about the storing of your prescription medicines like heart and high blood pressure medicine and diabetes management medications.
Seniors may have health conditions that need special attention. Make sure you plan for them.
People with disabilities may need special planning. Here are some tips to help plan for their safety.
For more information on special needs, see "Disaster Preparedness for People with Disabilities" from FEMA, and "Disaster Preparedness for Seniors by Seniors" from the Red Cross.
For information and tools related to emergency preparedness for people with disabilities see the Interagency Coordinating Council on Emergency Preparedness for Individuals with Disabilities Resource Center. To teach your children about Emergency Preparedness, visit Ready Kids from FEMA.
APS Medical Care Preparedness program is an outage notification and preparedness program that helps APS customers who are dependent on life sustaining medical equipment make plans when an outage occurs. Medical Care customers are notified in advance of all planned outages in their area.
If you have questions, you can reach a Medical Care Preparedness Representative by phone at 602-258-5483 or at (800-253-9408)
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