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Kids Survival Kit Information:
Children are more vulnerable to serious injuries and illnesses that occur during disasters. While running for safety, a slight fall can easily cause a hand or leg fracture.
Cold weather also affects children more severely than adults – which is why lung infections can prove to be fatal. Apart from physical injuries, children aren’t prepared to deal with the psychological traumas associated with experiencing harrowing moments.
Children’s Emergency Kit
Proper preparation enables you to handle natural disasters or terrorist attacks with enough relevant tools. The Childrens Emergency Kit contains six food bars that are ideal for a family with two children. Each 400-calorie food bar is enough for one day and can be split to consume at different times. Your child needs these food bars because the brain requires food to stay alert during disasters.
Kids Preparedness Kit
As a parent, it’s difficult to hear a child pleading for water when there’s no clean source available. Dehydration brings about digestion problems, itchiness around the eyes, and lethargy. As you wait for relief services to bring water supplies, you’ll be able to use the water purification tablets inside your Kids Preparedness Kit to purify your own drinking water source. Each tablet purifies one liter of water and a family of four can use the 10 tablets for 72 hours.
Children’s Preparedness Kit
When trapped on an isolated island, victims get exposed to very cold temperatures at night. Sometimes, it can rain heavily like during summer nights. Children are likely to suffer from various illnesses because there’s no decent shelter in place. The Children’s Safety Kit contains a large fleece blanket and two-person tent to help your kids stay warm and prevents moisture from getting in. You’ll also find a body warmer that provides heat up to 16 consecutive hours.
Kids Disaster Kit
The sooner you communicate with relief services, the less time it takes to receive assistance. That’s why every Survival Kit contains an emergency brick stick that emits bright light for 12 consecutive hours. You can tie it on top of a tall tree or conspicuous window to show rescue teams your location. There are three LED rechargeable flashlights to help you send SOS signals to incoming rescue teams.
Children’s Supply Kit
As you wait for rescue teams to send ambulances and helicopters, you can play cards with your family since the Childrens Disaster Kit comes with a deck of waterproof playing cards. Playing games can help pass the time or distract children from worrying about the current situation. There’s also a portable AM/FM radio that uses AA batteries.
Kids Safety Kit
This safety kit was designed using advice from experts in the emergency preparedness industry. It follows guidelines given by government agencies and non-profit preparedness organizations.
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