Senior Housing News recently published an interesting article (https://seniorhousingnews.com/2019/07/30/5-months-no-electricity-what-insignia-senior-living-learned-from-its-hurricane-ordeal/) discussing lessons learned by Insignia Senior Living from when Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico two years ago – and left their facility with no electricity for five months. Here in Florida we are all-too-aware of the problems that come with storms and power outages. But, even though Florida facilities generally all have generators these days to deal with power outages, it still is a good practice to review your hurricane plan with staff and residents now – and not when a storm is looming.
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