Pandemic flu planning checklist for individuals and families
Public Health - Seattle & King County developed this checklist to help reduce the impact of a flu pandemic at home, at work, and in your neighborhoods. It includes lists of emergency supplies and medical and health supplies needed in the event of a pandemic, as well as recommendations for contingency plans.
Family Health Information Sheet (PDF) If there is a flu pandemic or other medical emergency, a list of health information about your family will be important. Use this template to keep track of vital health information.
Individual and Families Planning From the federal Department of Health and Human Services. Includes checklists, guides and information to help you prepare for pandemic influenza.
Information about caring for someone with the flu
Preventing the spread of influenza
This information sheet offers guidance on recognizing the symptoms of flu and how to prevent the spread of the flu virus at home and in the community when caring for someone who has the flu. This information can be used during a typical flu season as well as during a flu pandemic.
How to care for someone with influenza Most patients with pandemic flu will be able to remain at home during the course of their illness and can be cared for by family members or others who live in the household. This information sheet is intended to help families and caregivers care for ill persons in the home, both during a typical influenza season and during an influenza pandemic.
All information is general in nature and is not intended to be used as a substitute for appropriate professional advice. For more information, please call 206-296-4600 (voice) or TTY Relay: 711 or toll-free, 800-325-6165. Mailing address: 401 5th Ave., Suite 1300, Seattle, WA 98104 or click here to email us. Because of confidentiality concerns, questions regarding client health issues cannot be responded to by e-mail. Please read the Notice of Privacy Practices. For more information, contact the Public Health Privacy Office at 206-263-8255.