Survival With Disabilities

Survival of the fittest should be taken to apply as much to those who are fit of mind; how many great best_survival_blog_shtf_emergency_preparednessminds would be lost to history if only the able-bodied were able to make it through a potential survival

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  • irishdutchuncle August 29, 2017, 3:15 am

    yeh, crutches.

    I don’t care how tough you are…
    a high ankle sprain will hobble you.

    • irishdutchuncle August 29, 2017, 3:17 am

      … and ask Jarhead about the time he broke his leg on the AT!

  • Roger August 31, 2017, 9:57 pm

    Well, this isn’t nice to have to say but in a long-term SHTF situation, most people with serious disabilities like drug dependence (legal or otherwise), insulin-dependent diabetes, severe autism, obesity, even plain old age won’t survive for very long unless they’re very well prepared. If you HAVE to choose between your wheelchair-bound mother or your young children, which would you pick? Maybe it’s sad to say but I value my dogs over most of the people I know! Hey, I love my dogs, but if I had to choose between them!!! GLAHP!

  • Travis Walker October 17, 2017, 10:29 pm

    I think this is a good article for pointing out how we can take care of people with disabilities during an SHTF situation. In reality, if we don’t prep for them and don’t teach them how to prepare themselves for that situation there’s no chance that they can’t survive. Good preparation and support will be a big help for them.


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