August 11, 2000
Emergency Information / Important Documents List
By: Gail R Mitchell
Whether you live long distance or are directly
caring for your loved one, it is important to have
detailed information readily at hand for emergency
purposes. You must know what documents are needed,
account numbers, pin numbers and where they are
located. This information should be accessible for
yourself and those who will be caring for your loved
one if you are not available.
Please remember to keep all this information up to
date. By preparing this information, you be insuring
that you are better prepared should emergencies arise.
We encourage you to print out these pages, keeping
them in a safe place, preferably a binder or envelope.
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