Join me as we discuss:
Kids and kiddo preps.
Including kids in getting prepared for major disasters like hurricane Sandy.
Getting kids involved with activities NOW that will make them more comfortable if the power goes out.
In the advent of hurricane Sandy over 6 million were left without power. I don't think most recognize the ramifications of no power or the psychological impact it can have.
Want to know what I'm talking about, go and flip the master switch on your breaker box and go an entire day without power. See what things you notice.
So the question arises, can kids successfully survive a major catastrophe? Could they handle a fire blowing through and evacuating your home, or a storm knocking out the power grid for 4-5 days to a week. The answer: absolutely yes.
Steve Harris, CEO of Knowledge Publications, give us fantastic ideas on how to help kids actually feel comfortable during hard times. Many, when it comes to disasters, wait until post-facto to start working on being ready in both the physical sense, and with their kids. Steve teaches us how we can start teaching our kids easy and inexpensive skills to build resilient kids that can handle major catastrophes.