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Category Archives: Handicapped Preppers
(Obligatory – but important – caveat: I am not a doctor and the following is not medical advice. Please check with your own physician and follow his recommendations and instructions.)
No matter who you are, and what illness you may suffer from, it’s important to be prepared for any emergency. However, there are special considerations for those who suffer from diabetes. Whether you have type 1 (formerly known as juvenile-onset or insulin-dependent) or type 2 (previously known as adult-onset), there are certain things you must do to care for yourself to maintain your ability to process food.
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NEWSFLASH! Today (Saturday, March 17) only, my e-book, 7 Survival Skills You Must Learn to Be Safe in Tough Times Ahead, is 100% FREE on Amazon.com! Just click the link embedded in the name, and have at it! There are no strings; however, I would be ever so appreciative if you would leave me an honest review! Thanks so much, and I hope you enjoy reading!
From The Chicago Tribune (edit 8/3/14: Link is no longer active) comes a story about helping the handicapped become aware of how to prepare for emergencies and natural disasters. The State of Illinois has created a series of eleven prepping video segments using American Sign Language. It covers planning for the household, gathering together a supply kit, decision-making about whether to bug out or bug in, and how to assist the disabled as well. The cost of these videos was covered by the Illinois Terrorism Task Force, and since they are not state-specific, handicapped people living in other states can also find them useful.
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