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Each Visiting Angels office is independently owned and operated.

Helping Seniors Prepare

for Natural Disasters

Stay In


If possible,

have a cell

phone and

inform all


individuals of

the cell phone

number in

advance of

an evacuation. Always be sure to have

a portable radio with plenty of extra

batteries to stay informed on current

conditions. Before any disaster, become

familiar with your local AM radio stations

that would provide the best source of

information to you prior to and during the


Your Local Resources

Familiarize yourself and your family with

local disaster resources and procedures

before disaster strikes. Most areas provide

services on a local level like evacuation

shelters, sand bag distribution centers and

a host of other services.

Local agencies that may be able to help:

• Salvation Army

• American Red Cross

• State Disaster Management


Returning Home

Be prepared for a delay in returning home.

If you have been evacuated, it’s possible

you may not be able to return and

reoccupy your home once the event has

ended. Damage to your home, flooding,

loss of utility services and police activity

may prevent you frommoving back. Have

a relocation plan in place with friends and


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• Up to 24 Hour Care

• Meal Preparation

• Light Housekeeping

• Personal Hygiene Assistance

• Errands / Shopping

• Rewarding Companionship

• Day/Night, Live-In or Live-Out Care

• Respite for Family Caregiving





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Bryn Mawr, PA 19010