Over 40 percent of all Americans don’t have $400 in savings according to the Federal Reserve. What will you do if there is an emergency or natural disaster? As a first step, consider setting aside a small amount from each paycheck to go into your savings account.
Insurance if your first line of defense when it comes to recovering from a disaster. Check your coverage and take photos of important documents and personal belongings to help you quickly file a claim after an event. In this video, Kylie Ludwig from Wildcat Extension District, explains how to start get started.
From learning life saving skills to installing or inspecting smoke alarms to learning how to turn off the utilities in your home, there are many life saving skills to learn or review. In this video, Kylie Ludwig from Wildcat Extension District, explains how to start get started.
If a natural disaster or other emergency strikes, are you prepared? During September, K-State Research and Extension challenges you to complete the activities below and help us to #PrepareKansas. Not sure how to get started? Each week we have blog posts and a video with hints and helpful information related to completing the tasks!
Be Ready for an Emergency
K-State Research and Extension family resource management specialist Elizabeth Kiss on Sound Living, a weekly public affairs program hosted by Jeff Wichman, talking about actions to take to prepare for disasters and emergencies..
Keep Food Safe
K-State Research and Extension food scientist Karen Blakeslee on Sound Living, a weekly public affairs program hosted by Jeff Wichman, talking about food safety.
Food Safey – Disasters and Power Outages
Salvaging and handling food after power outages, floods and other disasters may raise questions and present challenges. Refer to these resources to help recover food from a disaster.