If you live in coastal states you know the anxiety and fears that come with hurricane season. It is never easy and does not get easier with time. However, we learn to deal with it and do the best we can each and every year.
Do you have a senior loved one that lives here in Florida? Do you monitor your senior loved one from another state? It is NOT easy and we understand that situation. Do you find yourself anxious each year as hurricane season approaches? Do you sigh with relief when it is over? Yep, we know that feeling all to well.
There is a solution and we have it!
If you monitor your senior loved one from another state and you just are not sure if they have all that they need for hurricane season, we can help.
At Sunshine Home and Companion Care, we would be pleased to go to your loved ones home and complete a check list of supplies that they have and supplies that they will need. We can be sure that they know of their evacuation shelter and make sure they have a plan for transportation to their assigned shelter. And we will email the family member that is concerned with a full report of what is needed. And, if a shopper is needed to fulfill the checkoff list, we can do that too!
Do not let this hurricane season come upon you without being prepared. We know that supplies become scarce the closer we get to landfall. We all know that it is tough getting some regular everyday items even when it is not hurricane season. So let us help you help your senior loved ones, it’s what we do!
Hurricane season is typically June 1 to November 30th. This can seem like an eternity for those of us in the Coastal areas but it does seem to pass quickly. Then, there is that sigh of relief that everyone breathes on December 1st.
What are 5 effects of hurricanes? What are 5 effects of a hurricane? When a hurricane strikes a coastal area, it brings a number of serious hazards. These hazards include heavy rains, high winds, a storm surge, and even tornadoes. Storm surge pushes seawater on shore during a hurricane, flooding towns near the coast.
What is a Hurricane?
If you’re just learning about hurricanes, the most basic question you can ask is: “What is a hurricane?” Even people who think they know a lot about these forms of severe weather might not know exactly what a hurricane is. That’s why we’ll share the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s definition of hurricanes.
Hurricane Definition: A tropical cyclone, or low-pressure weather system with organization thunderstorms but no fronts, with maximum sustained winds of 74 mph or higher.
These are very violent storms with dangerous weather conditions like: