Use our My Emergency Preparedness Guides to prepare for specific emergency preparedness needs and My Medication List to have a handy reference of all medications. Homecare providers may download, copy, and distribute these free materials at will.
My Health Record
Keep this record updated any time your doctor’s information or your prescribed medication, dosage, or frequency changes. Keep a copy in your emergency kit. Always take your medication list to doctor’s visits and to the hospital.
A Guide for Individuals With Behavioral Health Disorders & Their Families & Caregivers
Although anyone confronted with a natural or human-made disaster will find him- or herself stressed and panicked, for the 5.7 million Marylanders with mental health issues (according to Mental Health America) such an event can lead to a serious emotional breakdown that can leave them vulnerable in an emergency.
Homecare Patients and Their Families
As a home care patient – or a family member caring for a loved one at home –
Homecare Patients Using Power-Dependent Equipment
As a home care patient on power-dependent equipment – or a family member
Homecare Patients with Diabetes
As an individual with diabetes, emergency planning is important because you have to make sure you have the medical supplies you may need to stay healthy and safe in times of emergency.
A Caregiver's Guide for Individuals with Dementia
As someone who cares for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or other dementia,
Homecare Patients with Disabilities
As a person with a disability, planning is critically important because during an
If you have a daily prescription, it’s important to plan ahead. In an emergency, lost or damaged medication can be life-threatening. Talk to your health care provider about which medical supplies you need to have when disaster strikes.
As a person with kidney failure, or end stage renal disease (ESRD), planning ahead is critically important. During an emergency, being unable to receive dialysis treatment can be a life-threatening situation.Click to download.
My Medication List
Keep a copy of this list in your emergency kit and update it any time your prescribed medication, dosage, or frequency changes. Remember to take your medication list to doctor’s visits and the hospital. Complete a second page if you take more than seven medications.