One of a parent’s main jobs is to worry about keeping their families safe. Although hurricane season is nearly behind us, there are always other disasters that can weigh on our minds: extreme blizzards, house fires, or floods. As if those things weren’t bad enough, when a family has to leave quickly, they must rush to gather together whatever provisions and supplies they can and race out the door to safety. With the help and advice found in Lisa’s new book, that scenario can change from one of panic and chaos to one in which each family member knows exactly what to do. Plans have been made, various emergencies have been foreseen and prepared for, and there have been one or two dry runs.
It may seem like a tall order, but Lisa has broken down evacuation preparedness into easy steps, making it accessible to all. With a little preparation, moms have less cause for worry, even in the face of a worst-case scenario.
Lisa Bedford, emergency preparedness specialist, homeschooling mom, and author of The Survival Mom: How to Prepare Your Family for Everyday Disasters and Worst-Case Scenarios, has completed a new book that may be of great interest to you. Titled, Emergency Evacuations: Get Out Fast When It Matters Most, Lisa’s new book helps moms and families prepare for the very scary event of having to suddenly leave home.