In this short video, I will go over a few things to add to your First Aid kits. Most of the items are along the lines of more advanced skill levels, however if you get the proper training BEFORE a disaster you might have the equipment to save someones life.
Blood pressure cuffs
Stethoscope for listening to breath sounds, bowel sounds, and heart tones
Glucometer for diabetics
Glucose tubes for bringing up blood sugar
Space emergency blanket
Oral and Nasal Airways
OB kit for delivering babies
BVM and CPR mouth masks for ventilation
IV supplies for fluid replacement
Suture supplies and Staples for larger lacerations
We don’t often think about how an emergency situation could really challenge a senior. Michele Clock, Communications Officer at The County of San Diego Office of Emergency Services, gives us powerful advice on how to better prepare for any emergency. These tips could save a life!
Inspired by true events. Follow a new hire at a long-term care facility as she and her staff deal with a major storm that causes a week-long power outage.
This video was developed to be an educational tool for in-service staff training on emergency preparedness specific to long-term care facilities. Major points include; preparation, sheltering in place and evacuation.
Virginia Department of Health
Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association
Grant funding for this video provide by The Office of Assistant Secretary For Preparedness
In this video I go over some basic items that would be good to consider when stocking up on supplies. I do not want to go into detail of what to get or how much to get but I want to instead touch on some ideas that may not be so obvious. Presented here are some high value, low cost, equipment and supplies that may be overlooked.
Be prepared for tornado, floods, fires, riots, unrest and financial collapse . Pastor Darby goes in deep detail to give you the best chance at surviving a disaster. Please share with friends and family.