by Daisy Luther, The Organic Prepper:
It’s an exciting time, preparing for your child to leave the nest. Your young adult is enthusiastically anticipating the independence that is so near, but you, as a parent, are most likely running scenarios in your head of all of the mishaps that could befall your son or daughter.
As a prepper, you want your child to also be prepared for any crisis that might occur when they are out on their own. My lovely eldest daughter has just graduated from high school, and we put together a dorm-room preparedness kit for her college apartment. Following, you can see the list of supplies that we have assembled. Different climates will, of course, require different types of preparedness items.
Food and water
If there is a long term power outage, you want to be sure that your student stays fed and hydrated until you can get them home. Depending on the situation, they may have to shelter in place for a time. Base the length of your supply on the distance from home.
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