Resilience After a Disaster Manual 32-Pages

Resilience After a Disaster Manual 32-Pages
Click to enlarge image(s)

Disasters, both natural and man-made, can be devastating. A key to recovery is having the resources to cope with the emotional trauma and stress in the aftermath of a disaster.

  • How to recognize disaster stress reactions in loved ones
  • Strategies for coping with disaster stress
  • Help prevent alcohol and substance abuse, and suicide
  • 32 Pages
Table of Contents:
  1. Introduction
  2. Stress Reactions to Disasters
  3. Warning Signs for Adults
  4. Dealing with Grief
    • Alcohol and Substance Abuse
    • Coping Tactics for Adults
  5. Warning Signs for Children
  6. Talking with Children and Youth about Disasters
  7. Warning Signs for the Elderly
    • Coping Tactics for the Elderly
    • Help for People with Access and Functional Needs
  8. Suicide Prevention
  9. Suicide Intervention
  10. Resources

● About Us
● Contact Us
● Terms & Conditions
● Shop
● Bulk Order Request
Nexis Emergency Solutions, Inc.
2001 6th Ave. Ste. 1800 Seattle, WA 98121
(888)545-SAFE    sales@nexisresponse.com


Copyright © Nexis Emergency Solutions, Inc. 2006-2019