Would authorities know how to contact you in an emergency?
If your child wandered off and was lost or taken by a stranger, would YOU or your CAREGIVERS have a photo and description on hand for police?
Does your child have allergies or a medical condition?
Does your child carry your number with them if they were scared, hurt, or felt uncomfortable and wanted to get home?
DO YOU HAVE A PLAN FOR YOUR CHILD IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY?
In the event your child is separated from you or if they have a medical emergency when you are not with them, National Emergency IDs provide communication between you,your child and first responders by providing emergency contact numbers, medical conditions, allergies, their photo and description. The Emergency ID will assist authorities in giving the right care to your child and will ensure you will be contacted immediately.
2 IDs are provided every year, one for the child and one for the parent or caregiver so you have a photo and description in the event your child goes missing. Time is of the essence in an emergency.
"Being Prepared and Aware is Your Best Defense"
National Emergency Medical ID Contains:
Uses for my child’s Photo ID:
- Child’s photo
- Child’s name (1st initial only is recommended-safe for child to carry)
- Vital stats-date of birth, height, weight, hair color & eye color
- Emergency contact name & 3 phone numbers
- Medical & allergy information.
- Signature for medical release (optional)
- Children,caregivers,authorities, hospitals, etc. will have your contact numbers in an emergency.
- Parent & caregivers have all critical/vital child information in one place should they wonder off or go missing.
- Medical release for Babysitters-Caregivers-Friends & Family.
- Field Trips-Vacations-Summer Camp.
- Teens & college students should carry next to their driver's license in their wallet, many times emergency contact numbers are not available on state issued IDs.
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