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Include Pets in Flood Preparations
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The NDSU Extension Service and University of Minnesota Extension collaborated on this online resource that provides strategies and tools to help families affected by disasters make the best decisions for them to move toward financial recovery.
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Andy McLean, M.D., N.D. Dept. of Human Services medical director, shares the signs of stress and burnout, and offers coping strategies to maintain good mental health.
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Dealing with Disaster Reaction: Tips for Effective Communication (Video)
Disaster situations are difficult for people to handle, and many emotions surface. The disaster recovery cycle outlines the responses people have and the phases people go through on their way to recovery. Dr. Kit O’Neill, N.D. Psychological Association Disaster Response Network, talks about the recovery cycle and gives specific suggestions about how to respond to people who are dealing with disasters.
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File PDF document Know the FACTS of Resilience
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File PDF document A Flood of Emotions-PDF
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File PDF document Family Stress Discussion Excercise - PDF
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File PDF document Helping Children Through the Floods - PDF
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File PDF document Helping Your Child Cope with Disaster - PDF
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