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People with disabilities unfortunately have a greater risk of starting a fire or getting hurt in one. To overcome their unique challenges in emergency situations, they need to build a safety plan specific to their needs. Here are fire safety tips for people of any disability (physical, auditory, visual, and mental).
Senior citizens and children are also more vulnerable when it comes to fire. Check out home fire safety for older adults and how to protect kids from fires and burns. For professional smoke remediation or fire damage repair, contact your local PuroClean office.