Winter's here, and that means colder temperatures — and possible health dangers. From storm safety to flu preparation, APHA's Get Ready campaign has the info you need to make your winter a safe one.
Ebola: What you need to know if you live in the U.S.
Download the Get Ready 2015 Tips from Tots Calendar
The Get Ready 2015 Tips from Tots Calendar is now available online for free! Browse the adorable tots whose pictures were chosen as winners in our photo contest and print your copy of the calendar.
Send one of our free e-cards!
Show someone you care about their preparedness. Send one of our free Get Ready e-cards.
Get Ready Parents Page: Information to share
Getting prepared for an emergency isn’t an adults-only activity. Involving kids in your family’s preparedness activities can be key to helping them stay safe and overcome their fears.
Get Ready Scholarship winners announced
Congratulations to the three winners of APHA's Get Ready Scholarship competition. Read excerpts from the winning essays and check out the winning infographic.
Preparedness info for pregnant women & families with infants
Everyone needs to be prepared for disasters, but pregnant women and families have special needs. Our new six-part fact sheet series created with the March of Dimes has info to help you get prepared. Read and share the new fact sheets, podcast, Q&A and more!
What's new from Get ReadyWondering what else is new?
- Send one of our free preparedness e-cards.
- Download our fact sheets for people with disabilities.
- See who won our dog or cat photo contests.
- Read our latest newsletter.
- Download our Get Ready Cookbook
- Watch our "Let's Get Ready" video.
- Check out the winners of our recipe contest.
Check out our free fact sheets!
Listen to our latest podcasts
Our newest podcasts focus on emergency supplies, family communications, immunizations and travel safety. Listen to one of our 30+ podcasts today!
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