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Hurricane Preparation & Response Resources for Parents of Infants and Toddlers

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These resources for parents in the path of a hurricane offer tips and suggestions to help prepare and care for infants and toddlers.

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Get Ready, Get Safe Disaster Report Card
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Mindfulness for Parents
Mindfulness is one strategy that can reduce stress, allowing you to stay calm during stressful and challenging moments.

9 Hurricane Shelter Tips for Families of Babies and Toddlers
ZERO TO THREE parenting experts offer tips for parents of babies and young children sheltering from Hurricane Florence.

10 Hurricane Prep Tips for Families of Babies and Toddlers
ZERO TO THREE parenting experts offer tips for parents of babies and young children in the path of the storm.

Tips for Keeping Children Safe in a Hurricane
Save the Children’s emergency experts have compiled these tips to help protect your children from distress during and after disasters.

Shelter from the Storm: A Parent Guide
Living through a disaster like a tornado or hurricane can stir up so many emotions in grown-ups, so imagine what it might be like for a very young child. This parent guide, developed by ZERO TO THREE and Save the Children, offers suggestions for how to support young children following natural disasters and other scary events.

Shelter from the Storm: Tips for Shelter Professionals
ZERO TO THREE and Save the Children have developed tip sheets to help professionals and volunteers working in emergency shelters better support families with young children.

Shelter from the Storm: Tips for Parents and Caregivers
There are so many feelings swirling around when a family must stay in an emergency shelter. Babies and toddlers also have many feelings! ZERO TO THREE and Save the Children partnered to develop these tip sheets for parents.

Shelter from the Storm: Resources for Early Care and Education Professionals
This guide assists early care and education providers through steps they can take to restore and maintain emotional safety for the children in their care, including actions to ensure teachers are remembering to take care of themselves.

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