While thinking about and planning for Disaster Preparedness should be a year-round part of everyone's life, it is popularized in the media during September, which has now been recognized as National Preparedness Month since 2004.Prepareathon Sponsored by FEMA, and part of the Ready Campaign, its is now embraced by dozens of State and Federal Agencies, as well as non-profit agencies, groups such as Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and businesses nationwide. This year's National Preparedness Month ends Wednesday on the National Preparedness Day; America's PrepareAthon. Do you part, start with a Family Communication Plan and move forward from there.