An emergency plan gives carers the opportunity to think about and document concise, relevant information on the person they care for. This information can then be used if they cannot care, in the short term, due to an unplanned event or accident. It means that in an emergency the practical arrangements for caring are set out, and the carer’s views and knowledge of the person they care for can be shared with others.
An emergency plan can prevent an emergency becoming a crisis.
The conversations that you have with family, friends and neighbours about the role they could play in an emergency can help them understand your role as a carer, and many carers find that their levels of doubt, worry and stress may be reduced through the actual process and completion of their plan. Identifying emergency contacts who could help in the event of an emergency also brings re-assurance and peace of mind.
You can complete your Emergency plan online by clicking on the red button. If you would like a paper copy of the blank form to complete just get in touch by phone or complete an online enquiry form.