The life of someone



If you’re a family caregiver,
you need this book.

If you care for an older family member, friend, infirm or disabled person, you’ll likely have to call 911 for them at some point. It’s not easy being a caregiver, but having to call for medical help for a parent, spouse, child, or someone you know can become traumatic for them and YOU.

Don’t waste time!  This practical, easy-to-follow book guides you through every step of a process to get through a 911 medical emergency: before, during and after it happens.

How to
 Survive 911 Medical Emergencies
gives you easy to understand,
practical information
that could save the life
of someone you love,
or even you

In this book you’ll get practice tips, tools, and recommendations that have been carefully researched from the real-life experiences of other family caregivers, as well as expert opinions from Emergency Department Doctors, First Responders, and other professional care providers.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • How to prove your chance of surviving a 911 emergency
  • To get a faster response from EMT/Paramedics
  • How to get better care in the Emergency Department
  • The best type of first aid kit for an older person (it is different)
  • Little known tips for calling 911 
  • To remove risks for those with dementia while in the hospital
  • How to get discharged from a hospital quickly
  • To better manage discharge to different types of care facilities
  • How to recover, yourself, emotionally and physically after an emergency
  • Special bonus chapter:  Getting help in a natural or man-made disaster



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We'll also keep you up-to-date on ways to

save time, money, and energy being a caregiver. 

Thus, you can spend more time enjoying those you love and care for! 

Here’s what others say.

Dr. Bruce Y. Lee

Professor, CUNNY, School of Public Health, Senior Contributor, Forbes

The information in this book could literally mean the difference between life and death for your loved ones!

Gurney Williams, III

Journalist, Public Speaker,

Advocate for the Alzheimer’s Association

I wish this extensive practical advice for caregivers had been given to me on the day my wife was diagnosed with dementia.

Alexander Nicholas

First Responder, Assistant Fire Chief

There is more in this book than many responders know!

Don’t wait
for an emergency to happen
before you get this book.
It’s a critical resource
for every family!
How to Survive 911 Medical Emergencies

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