I recently had to call 911 for a loved one who was having a stroke. He is only 48 and in incredible shape. He works out at the gym several times a week, and also attends about 6 yoga or Pilates classes a week. He eats healthier than almost everyone I know. He certainly does not fit the demographic for someone that is at risk for a stroke! For this post, I wanted to share some organizing tips that have been inspired by this event to make the trip to the emergency room much easier.
If you’ve read this post, please take a few minutes to get your emergency plans organized. This is very easy to do now while you have your wits about you. You very well could be saving your life or someone else’s! I am so grateful that he’s made such a quick recovery! I’m also incredibly grateful for the people who take 911 calls, the emergency team, and all the highly skilled, kind, and compassionate hospital workers at Virginia Mason Hospital. For a traumatic event like this, we got extremely blessed. This will certainly be a special Thanksgiving! Thank you to everyone who sent us all the good vibes!
If you’ve ever been in an event like this, what organizing tips would you like to share? Please let us know in the comments!
By Jean Prominski, Certified Professional Organizer
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