Preparing Seniors for a Nuclear Disaster
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Preparing Seniors for a Nuclear Disaster

Here is another article to prepare seniors for a nuclear disaster. Previously, I wrote about Evacuation Plans for Seniors in a Nuclear Emergency, which directly corresponds with these important steps to take. Ukraine and surrounding countries are being threatened with a nuclear blast of some sort by Russia. We need to be vigilant in knowing…

A Senior’s Guide to Staying Home During a 96-Hour SHTF Event
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A Senior’s Guide to Staying Home During a 96-Hour SHTF Event

Introduction This guide is intended for seniors living alone or with minimal assistance who may face a “Stay Home, Stay Safe” (SHTF) event in their community. These events, also known as emergencies or disasters, can disrupt daily life and require residents to shelter in place for an extended period. While the specific nature of an…

How to Create a Fire Safety Plan to Support Seniors
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How to Create a Fire Safety Plan to Support Seniors

As I navigate the essentials of fire safety, I must address the heightened risks that seniors face. Fire scares me almost as much as a nuclear war. I’ve always lived in the country where there’s a risk of fire and they can erupt and spread quickly. We need to address a fire safety plan to…

Preparing for an EMP or CME Disaster: Seniors’ Survival Guide
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Preparing for an EMP or CME Disaster: Seniors’ Survival Guide

Imagine waking up to a world where the clock on your bedside table is dark, your phone won’t turn on, and the neighborhood is eerily quiet. This could be the aftermath of an EMP or CME event. If you’re unfamiliar with these acronyms, you’re not alone. EMP stands for Electromagnetic Pulse, a burst of electromagnetic…

Evacuation Plans for Seniors in a Nuclear Emergency
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Evacuation Plans for Seniors in a Nuclear Emergency

Now we are in my biggest fear, nuclear war. But fear of an EMP attack is pretty close, too. I was born just after the Korean War and lived my formative years during the Cold War. My college years were during the Vietnam War. See where I’m going with this? War is not ubiquitous. There…