What if, right now, there were an earthquake, tsunami wave, flood, hurricane, tornado, terrorist attack, disgruntled student shooter?
What if you slip, fall and were not able to speak to the emergency technician?
If your spouse had an emergency, would the response team know to call you? An accident that renders you unable to communicate can happen to anybody. Even when we think that we have everything completely covered the unthinkable can and will happen. If the World Trade Center destruction, the New Orleans flood, or the recent earthquake in Japan hasn't gotten your attention it's not likely that anything will.
What emergency situations have in common is that the individual must not rely on "the system." Those who prepare themselves properly have a better chance of survival. In school you were required to have an emergency card on file. Now you do it for your children’s school, clubs, and organizations.
Why haven't you prepared your emergency information for everyday use? There are many excuses that you can think up to procrastinate this even longer, some favorites are:
- Don't have the time
- Don't know WHAT to keep track of
- Don't want to carry around a piece of paper that gets shredded in your wallet
- Your spouse hasn't done it for you
- It's too expensive
- You don't know where or how to do it
- You enjoy making excuses
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