For those with medical issues: Make sure to have medical documents handy, including the following details: your health condition, list of medications and the required dose, list of routine tests you must undergo, and an additional prescription. Make sure you have enough medicine and keep track of periods when you are not allowed to use the medicine. Make sure to have the auxiliary equipment you need, such as a syringe and insulin, oxygen, dietary instructions, and your medical card.

For people confined to the home: 
Prolonged time in a safe room can cause anxiety and stress, adversely affecting functioning in an emergency. We generally recommend making a family emergency plan that include games, conversations, and other activities that will help the family deal with the challenges and difficulties that accompany an ongoing emergency.

For those assisted by foreign workers: 
Try to find publications and media in a language that the worker understands, and help them understand the information being published. 

For those who are deaf and hard of hearing:
Those aged 12 and over whose level of hearing loss is above 50 decibels or more, are entitled to a pager. In order to receive a pager, you must fill out an application form and fax it to: 5085112 for the Rehabilitation Division, Ministry of Welfare.
The form can be downloaded from the website.

For those who are visually impaired:
Organize the safe room to ensure maximum accessibility and comfort. Dispose of all objects that may interfere with free movement.
Prepare a personal identification card that includes: full name, ID number, kuppat cholim, name of physician, list of medications, blood type, special needs, sensitivities, medical issues, and contact numbers for family. 
Outfit your safe room with personal equipment for you and/or your guide animal. 
For more information, you can contact the Rehabilitation Division at the Ministry of Welfare at 5085422, or by fax 5085928. 
Emergency center for the blind - *9366

For those with mobility impairments:
Choose a safe room that will suit your restrictions, so that when an alarm sounds, you can reach it safely and within the specified time. 
Keep the path to your safe room free and clear of clutter. 
Arrange your safe room to allow for maximum accessibility and comfort. 
Dispose of all objects that may interfere with free movement. 
If you use a wheelchair or a motorized scooter, make sure you have additional batteries, a charger and a non-motorized wheelchair.
Be prepared for emergencies that will make it impossible to use the elevator. Get help and practice ahead of time. 
Be prepared for the possibility of a puncture in the wheel. Prepare a kit for repairing the puncture.
Consider getting a heavy-duty pair of gloves for turning wheels on bumpy roads.
Prepare a bag with your personal information and essential equipment and attach it to your wheelchair.

For people with developmental delays and autism:
It is recommended to practice going into a safe room with the special needs individual. 
Prepare their medications, necessary aids, and important personal equipment. 
It is advisable to have spare clothing, personal hygiene products, and food and drink. If special food is required, stock up on what the individual requires.
Create a relaxing atmosphere in the safe room. 
Relieve tension by talking, doing breathing exercise, etc. 
In any situation where a person with a mental retardation has additional limitations (such as movement limitations or mental health issues) use the relevant guidelines.
Prepare a personal identification card that includes: full name, ID number, kuppat cholim, doctor’s name, list of medications, blood type, special needs, allergies, medical issues, and contact information for family.

For additional information, please see the Home Front Command website.