http://www.accessibleemergencyinfo.com/AcessibleEmergencyInfo 18 Emergency Preparedness Topics formatted be friendly to deaf, blind, and limited sight populations. The information is in video and downloadable document format for public use.
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If you have to travel here are links to the road reports for ND and the surrounding areas North Dakota Minnesota Manitoba South Dakota Survival kit for winter driving: BLANKETS!!! I can’t stress this enough, warmth is so very important!!! You can build a little cooker/heater, just research it on google or your web browser!… Read More »
Winter in North Dakota can be a wonderful season with lots to do for out door fun. It can be a great family building time for games, stories and all those things that you don’t have time for when everyone is enjoying the summer sun. But, it can also be harsh and life threatening if… Read More »
What would you do if an emergency or disaster hits your area? How would you communicate with your spouse, children, or parents and other family members when everyone is scattered at school, work, or out and about doing errands? Having a plan on where to meet, who your emergency contacts are, a way to… Read More »
I have scoured everything I can find in regards to whether it is better to buy combination smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors or, if it is better to have them separate devices. I have not been able to find anything on that exact topic. I did find a lot of information on placement of… Read More »