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 What Are the Natural Disasters? 
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Getting Started - Finding A Way For Each Combat Shooter System Review Family Member To Participate. When someone suggests that you put together a disaster plan for your family, do your eyes glaze over and say, "I'll get to it sometime, and that sometime never comes?" After all, it's an unfamiliar activity, it can seem overwhelming, and would take too much effort. The alternative of not having one is even worse, so it's time to get started.

One thing to consider at the beginning of creating a disaster plan is how each family member can participate - no one family member should be left to create this plan alone. You've probably heard at work that when people participate in an activity or decision there is 'buy in' and they accept it more readily; well the same applies at home.To get started, at one of your family meetings, or over dinner, start a discussion about "I wonder what happens when a family is recovering from a flood, tornado, or whatever disaster might be most likely to happen in your area".

This discussion could happen over several sessions, with questions such as "What would it be like for a family to have a flood in their neighborhood? If the mom and dad are at work and the children are at school, how did they find each other? How did the disaster affect their home? How did they find their pets?" At the initial discussion it is probably easier to keep the discussion theoretical, about other people, especially if there are younger children in your family.How To Involve Your Preschool Children. For any preschool children in your family, talking about possible disasters could be very scary.

Rather than actively participating in the ongoing family discussions, the youngest children might become aware of disasters through books. On your next trip to the library, ask your librarian for any age appropriate stories about children who were heroes or families who helped others deal with disasters. Through searching on Amazon, I found several great books on disasters that could be read to and discussed with younger children. One of them is called Tornadoes! by Gail Gibbons. Another is Two Bobbies: A True Story Of Hurricane Katrina...by Kirby Larson. There are many others on the topic of disasters.

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