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Medications, a list of prescriptions, copies of medical insurance cards, doctors’ names and contact information.
First aid kit and handbook.
Spare eyeglasses, personal hygiene supplies, and sturdy shoes.
Whistle (to alert rescuers to your location).
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List of emergency contact phone numbers.
Snack foods high in calories.
Emergency lighting—light sticks and (or) a working lashlight with extra batteries and light bulbs (hand-powered flashlights are also available).
Comfort items, such as games, crayons, writing materials, and teddy bears.
Drinking water (minimum one gallon per person per day).
A hand-cranked or battery-operated radio (and spare batteries).
First aid supplies, medications, and essential hygiene items, such as soap, toothpaste, and toilet paper.
Canned and packaged foods and cooking utensils, including a manual can opener.
Items to protect you from the elements, such as warm clothing, sturdy shoes, extra socks, blankets, and perhaps even a tent.
Heavy-duty plastic bags for waste and to serve other uses, such as tarps and rain ponchos.
Work gloves and protective goggles.
Copies of vital documents
So task #1 is to go through this list and gather what you have already into whatever kind of container you can find. Then check back here to find deals on items you may not already have.