Emergency Preparedness for Senior Citizens and the Disabled

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Don’t Let Disabilities or Age Stand in the Way of Your Emergency Preparedness

There are tons of blogs out there that talk about how to prepare and bug-out.

There is just one problem…

Most survival training you will get online is for able bodied adults.  No-one thinks about the aging or disabled.  Over the next few weeks, I will be covering all about Prepping for Seniors and the Disabled.

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What if you:

  • Are Aging?
  • Have Serious health problems?
  • Are Disabled?
  • Are on a fixed income?

Can you trust your health and safety to your children?

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If any of these questions caused you to sweat, then don’t worry.  Just keep reading, because you are going to get some cool ideas over the next few blog posts.

If You Truly Want the Best Odds, Then Plan Mostly on a Bug-In Scenario

One of the best Things to do for Seniors is to Bug In, Not Bug Out.

  • You know your property.
  • At your own location, you have time to get your preps in order.
  • You can get your community involved in preparedness and work as a team.
  • Your family can help you fortify your property.

There are many more reasons to bug-in instead of bugging-out.  Over the blogs to come, remember that I said this.

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But what if you had to bug out due to a threat to your safety or health?  This is one of the biggest questions I get asked from Senior Citizens because carrying those heavy duffle bags and 70 pounds of gear becomes difficult as we age.  We will discuss this next week.

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Ken is addicted to fitness and mountain biking. He is such a thrill seeker, people are starting to be concerned!He enjoys MTBing, Hiking, Climbing, Geocaching, Orienteering, Weight Lifting, and Wilderness Survival.

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