(Editor's Note: The following is Part 3 of a four-part series focusing on ways to prepare for a disaster.)Emergencies and disasters can happen at any time, often without warning. Disaster planning, response, and recovery efforts must take into account the unique needs of children, who make up roughly a quarter of the U.S. population.Starting or getting involved with a youth preparedness program is a great way to enhance a community's resilience and help develop future generations of prepared adults. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offers numerous resources that can help.For more information, visit the "Ready Kids!" site at the link below.