When moving nobody expects any emergencies or major mishaps, but it is always best to be prepared. How can you be prepared for the safest move possible?
- Before you move consider having your family’s medical records transferred to your new family physician.
- You may also want to check out the location of the nearest minor emergency care clinic.
- In addition, local fire and emergency numbers may be different in your new neighborhood, why not go ahead an enter these into your phone?
- Don’t forget about your furry family members! Locate the nearest local vet and have Fido’s medical records transferred as well.
- Compiling a little first aid kit and keeping it handy may also be to your family’s benefit. Neosporin, band aids, tylenol, rubbing alcohol, bug spray and sun screen (if you anticipate being outside a lot running things into the house) are all good components to include in your first aid kit.
- When moving into your new home, why not take the time to make sure all the fire detectors are functioning and have fresh batteries, etc.
Here’s to hoping you have a smooth and safe move, with no major mishaps or bumps!