Emergency Supply Kit

Everyone should maintain an emergency supply kit for your home, office, and/or car including in the following items:

  • Battery-powered radio, flashlights, and batteries

  • Extra set of car keys

  • Supply of easy-to-prepare, nonperishable foods (packaged snacks, fruits, water, and juices)

  • Manual can opener

  • Windup or battery-operated clock

  • Cash, coins, and credit cards

  • Change of clothing, rain gear, and sturdy shoes

  • Blankets or sleeping bags

  • If you have a baby, include extra diapers and other infant care items

  • First aid kit

  • Essential medicines and prescription information

  • Names, addresses, and telephone numbers of doctors and pharmacist

  • Extra pair of glasses, hearing aid batteries, extra wheelchair batteries, oxygen, medication, catheters, food for guide or service dogs, or other special equipment you might need

  • List of the style and serial numbers of medical devices such as pacemakers

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