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  2. Ruth Clark
    03/14/2013 @ 2:31 PM

    This is awesome. So often the special needs kids and adults alike are forgotten. There are some very special people in this world who do not forget. What would we do without you?

    I don’t know of anyone who isn’t touched in some way by special needs. And, beyond that, we have the pets, the other family members, who are left behind.

    Fortunately, there are those people and organizations in the world who see to it that someone plans and remembers.

    My special needs people (those whom I am close to) are the Aspergers, autistic, ADHD, ADD, and the preemies, some who survived and some who didn’t.
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  3. Jenn
    03/13/2013 @ 10:27 PM

    Amanda, that’s a great idea! I’m sure we would find some things we forgot.

  4. Amanda Thomas
    03/13/2013 @ 10:24 PM

    My younger sister has cerebral palsy and a brain shunt. She has walking trouble and we’re always worrying about her shunt. My fiance’s sister is disable. She has a feeding tube and a trach. She’s also on a lot of medication. They both provide difficulties when it comes to disaster prep. The key is to really plan ahead. One thing we did was pack up our ready bags and make a list of everything we put in them. We then lived out of them for a few days when it came to essential items to figure out if we missed anything.
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