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    If you are Senior, you may sign up for the Fifth District s Latch Key Senior Program. An Officer will be assigned to make home visit just to chat or to assist
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 27, 2007
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      If you are Senior, you may sign up for the Fifth District's Latch
      Key Senior Program. An Officer will be assigned to make home visit just
      to chat or to assist you with any problems/concerns. If you are a
      senior or know a senior living in the Fifth District, please sign up for
      this service.

      Contact your PSA Lieutenant on 202 698-0268

      PSA 501 Ronald Wright ronald.wright@...
      <mailto:ronald.wright@...>

      PSA 502 Gregory Stroud gregory.stroud@...
      <mailto:gregory.stroud@...>

      PSA 503 Corinne Hughes corinne.hughes@...
      <mailto:corinne.hughes@...>

      PSA 504 Judith Anderson judith.anderson@...
      <mailto:judith.anderson@...>

      PSA 505 Antony Medoro anothny.medors@...
      <mailto:anothny.medors@...>

      For more information, contact the Fifth District's Community
      Outreach Coordinator 202 698-0188 fayette.vaughn-lee@...
      <mailto:fayette.vaughn-lee@...>

      News a Senior can use



      Here are some basic tips to prevent fires in your home and to help keep
      you safe.

      YOU NEED SMOKE ALARMS



      (If you can't afford a smoke alarm, or need help installing one, or
      just have questions about them call the Fifth District's Community
      Outreach Coordinator)



      BE CAREFUL IF YOU SMOKE





      MAKE YOUR ESCAPE PLAN BEFORE THE FIRE





      BE CAREFUL IN THE KITCHEN

      Do not leave cooking food unattended.

      You should not cook if you've been taking medication that makes you
      drowsy.

      IF YOU ARE EVER IN A FIRE, REMEMBER:

      If it's smoky, crawl low under the smoke so that you don't
      breathe the smoke and become lost or confused.

      Once you get out of the house, stay out. Never go back into a burning
      building for any reason.

      If you live in an apartment or high rise, make sure you are aware of all
      the fire drill procedures and know where the two closest exits are from
      anyplace in the building.

      Practice your escape plan before you need to use it.

      Sign up for the Senior Latch key Program.



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