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Introduction to Safety

Being safe at home and in the community is really important. You might not think about this until you’re on your own – or until something happens, like a fire or an accident. But being independent means that you have to take responsibility for being safe.

Creating a plan for safety isn’t something that should make you afraid or overwhelmed. It can be a very empowering experience if you create a plan before an emergency happens. You will feel more in control of an emergency situation and be better prepared to make sure your needs are met.

So check out our section on dealing with safety and get a plan together so you’ll know what to do!

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