Preparing Makes Sense for Older Americans Video with CC
Preparing Makes Sense for Older Americans
Being prepared for an emergency is important at every age. As an older American, you may need to think about taking some specific steps. As people age, your needs change and your capabilities change, so in preparing for disaster, it’s important to think differently than you might have at earlier ages. Preparing for an emergency is very empowering because it is an opportunity to identify what is needed to ensure that you will have those needs met when a disaster strikes.
Video: Preparing Makes Sense for Older Americans
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