What was I to do if the power went out?
These people are amazing and it is well worth your time to check them out. As a senior sometimes it is just plain strange because there are times when you may wonder if the modern world remembers the past at all and you may wonder where to turn for help, or with questions for people of our ages. Here is my story: The storms were coming and the weather reports were saying the power may be turned off or could be interrupted.
That was a big concern to me as I use oxygen at night and a nebulizer twice a day (that's a machine to take meds for the lungs). What was I to do if the power went out? I saw a commercial on TV about the Independent Living Resource Center and thought, well, what the heck? I will call them. Now, without complication ILRC delivered a battery that can be used in case of a power outage. Just plug your equipment into it and bingo! You are safe to use your equipment no matter if a storm comes.
The lady I worked with is Lauren Utterback and she is so professional and personable that you don't feel any discomfort at all asking for help.
If you need help as a senior or disabled person certainly give them a call. It will be worth your time.
-Anonymous, Consumer of Lauren Utterback, Emergency Preparedness Services Manager