Advanced Professional Healthcare, LLC

Advanced Professional Healthcare Education, LLC

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How to Prepare for a Winter Storm

Prepare for a snow storm.Thankfully we have had a decent winter in southeast Wisconsin with only 2 notable snowfalls. This weekend the east coast got pounded with some areas receiving over 40 inches of snow. We should be prepared for the worst as we may not have time to prepare when the impact is imminent. Also, many people will be trying to fulfill their needs last minute causing delays and often making the essentials hard to find. The following is several steps you should take to ensure you are prepared before the risk is present.


  • Have an Emergency kit for all seasons and ensure for winter add the following supplies to your emergency kit:
    • Products to melt ice on walkways. Such as rock salt or similar
    • Sand will improve traction in areas
    • Snow removal equipment
    • Flashlights
    • Batteries
    • Cell phone charges
    • Clothing and blankets to keep you warm in the event of power loss
    • Books, playing cards or board games to pass time
    • Camping stove to boil water of cook if power is lost
    • First Aid kit
    • Matches
  • Have a plan to communicate and stay in touch with family
  • Own a Weather Radio to receive broadcasts alerts and warnings directly from the NWS for all hazards
  • Change cell phones and conserve batteries
  • Ensure all smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms are in good working order with fresh batteries. Blowing and drifting snow can block or occlude exhaust vents causing a buildup of carbon monoxide
  • Minimize travel. If travel is necessary, keep a disaster supplies kit in your vehicle
    • Clothes and blankets including extra hats, gloves and socks
    • Folding shovel
    • Windshield scraper and small broom
    • Water and food
    • Any necessary medications
    • Flashlight
    • Battery powered radio
    • Extra batteries
    • Matches
    • First aid kit with pocket knife
    • Tow chain or rope
    • Road salt and sand
    • Booster cables
    • Emergency flares
    • Fluorescent distress flag
  • Bring animals inside during winter weather if applicable. Ensure other animals or livestock have sheltered areas and non-frozen drinking water
  • Keep current on weather and conditions
  • Have apps for your smartphone that can be valuable resources and can be available from FEMA and the American Red Cross. These apps will have information about finding shelters, providing first aid, and seeking assistance for recovery

Further information and a great resource no matter the risk is http://www.community.fema.gov/

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The staff at our Ambulatory Surgery Center request Adam for ALL of our BCLS, ACLS, PALS, etc. classes. Adam adapts the classes to meet the specific needs of our center. He makes certification fun and easy to understand. Even for classes which are voluntary for the staff...'I'll take the class if Adam is the instructor' is always the reply. Adam is rated A+++++ by ALL of our employees.
- Education Nurse, Wisconsin Surgery Center

Speaker was very animated which made a more relaxed atmosphere that was conducive to learning.
- Heartsaver CPR/AED Participant

Class is very educational. The teacher is knowledgeable.
- Librarian, Heartsaver CPR/AED Participant

Excellent instructor. Very, very knowledgeable! Will look forward to taking classes again
- Critical Care Paramedic/Operations Supervisor, PALS/PEPP Provider participant

Good training. Appreciate the teaching and hands-on time.
- Resident Physician, ACLS Provider Recognition participant

Adam geared the course to us at the surgery center.
- RN, PALS Provider Recognition participant

The instructor was excellent. It is clear she has had extensive experience actually doing CPR and communicates her knowledge readily.
- RN, BLS for Healthcare Providers participant

Class was very helpful, very easy to enroll. I will definitely use this company for my NRP. Liked that so many classes are available, frequently and locally. Thanks! I would not have gotten my renewal on time without you!
- RN, BLS for Healthcare Providers participant

Very professional, informative, and easy to talk to. Answered all questions asked. It was a very good course.
- C.N.A., BLS for Healthcare Providers participant

Very practical lesson taught very straightforward. Good job!
- RN, BLS for Healthcare Providers participant

Recommended by doctors and nurses. Thanks! Definitely refer others and come back for more education.
- MD, ACLS Provider Renewal participant

Refreshing, practical approach, while non-threatening. It may actually help me to remember stuff if needed! Great job and actually fun!
- RN, BLS for Healthcare Providers participant

I was so comfortable and able to feel confident. Adam was wonderful. I never felt like I couldn’t ask a question, even if it seemed dumb.
- RN, ACLS Provider Recognition participant