Prepping for hurricanes when you’re disabled — Life with Spina Bifida

Prepping for a hurricane when you are disabled can cause a lot of anxiety. There is a lot of things disabled people have to think about that abled do not and it makes a lot of people nervous. Within the next couple of days, hurricane Dorian is expected to hit Florida(which is the area I […]

via Prepping for hurricanes when you’re disabled — Life with Spina Bifida.

Some great advice, and much of it applies to those who aren’t disabled as well.

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3 Responses to Prepping for hurricanes when you’re disabled — Life with Spina Bifida

  1. wifeblah says:

    Yesterday while walking around the grocery, I started thinking how hard it is to be disabled and alone and dealing with an upcoming hurricane. Not easy.

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  2. It’s hard enough when you are a caregiver for your husband, and have to do everything. I can’t imagine the struggle.

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