Disaster Preparedness Guide for Caregivers

There are 53 million Americans caring for someone older, ill, or disabled. In many cases, these caregivers may be the only ones attending to the daily needs of an elderly parent, disabled neighbor, or medically complex child. Those in their care depend on them for their safety and well-being—especially during emergencies. In recognition of caregivers’ unparalleled dedication and commitment to those in their care, FEMA and the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers have created a Disaster Preparedness Guide for Caregivers to help navigate the unique challenges that may arise when disasters strike.

Read the full Disaster Preparedness Guide for Caregivers.