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Is email communication an effective method to distribute information to Family Readiness Group (FRG) members?  
Email communication is a very effective and efficient method to distribute information (disseminating newsletters, sending updates to meetings, etc.) to Family Readiness Group (FRG) members. However, it is important to recognize its limitations. For example, some members may not have easy access to a computer or the Internet. Electronic communication is impersonal, so messages sent via email may not have the same effect as a personal phone call or visit. Additionally, there are privacy and security concerns to be aware of when sending messages via email. While email is a very effective method to communicate with FRG members, keep these limitations in mind and supplement when necessary with alternate, or perhaps more personal, methods of contact.
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