Preparedness through fun and games

Christina Elston writes for the health blog health e and has been a health writer for about 15 years, starting as an assistant editor at L.A. Parent. In this article she gives tips to parents on what questions to ask themselves and the community at large when making preparedness plans, and how to help kids prepare without making it boring. She quotes Jeffrey Upperman, M.D., director of the trauma program at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles: “Preparedness does not have to be boring or scary. You can have fun with it.”