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Helping Parents Prepare For Disaster

Helping Parents Prepare For Disaster, coverAnyone who is a parent knows how hard it can be to raise a child. Add a stressful situation, like a natural disaster or other emergencies, and a difficult job gets even harder. When disasters happen, it is important to remember the health and well-being of your children. If you can be prepared for potential disaster situations, your children are likely to handle it better, too.

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