What is Preparedness｜Sufficient Alley
Emergency Preparedness means the state of being prepared for a particular situation.
Preparedness allows you to take matters into your own hands, and possibly prevent the most unimaginable of losses. You can take responsibility for your own well-being to ensure the best possible outcome - for you and your family.
Not just for a single emergency event
Make preparedness a lifestyle
Preparedness is not about surviving an emergency event but a lifestyle that naturally prepared for anything.
You can imagine preparedness in terms of in terms of emergency management and planning as a family – becoming a lifestyle that is less reliant on agencies and corporations to provide for us, and to make our way, no matter where life has led us.
Being prepared to reduce fear
Apart from natural and weather disasters, we can be prepared for:
- Job layoffs
- Financial setbacks
- Government shutdowns
- Delays in food distribution
- Medical emergencies and long-term needs
- Outside influences that keep us where we are
Being prepared can reduce fear, anxiety, and losses that accompany disasters and unexpected happenings.
Your family deserves protection
Your family deserves protection. You might assume you can deal with a day or two of no electricity and limited water, but what about the rest of your family? Being prepared can help to protect vulnerable members – young children, elderly relatives, or pets – in your household.
Not only can you use your preparedness items and skills to help your own family, you can also be a blessing to others who are going through hard times.
Prepare out of love
Preparedness is a gift.