I loved it when I learned to put ICE (in case of emergency) on the contact list on my phone. It seemed like such a smart way to help emergency responders.
But that was several generations of phones ago. Today, it takes my fingerprint and password to access my phone, neither of which might be easily available if I’ve been in an accident.
Fortunately, if you have an iPhone, software update 8.0.2 adds a health app to your phone (white square with heart) that allows you to create a Medical ID that can be accessed from the emergency dialer without unlocking your phone. The Medical ID enables you to list medical conditions, medical notes, allergies & reactions, medications you’re taking, your blood type, who your emergency contact is, whether you’re an organ donor and your height and weight. It will be invaluable to first responders.
If you don’t have an iPhone, Y Collaborative’s Workbook “Put Life in Order, Put Worry Away” provides a wallet card that you can fill in and carry in your wallet. It’s less high tech, but at least it provides someone trying to help you with basic information about not only who to contact, but also about your allergies and medications.
Y Collaborative Workbook
Now it is Truly Easy to “Put Life in Order and Put Worry Away.”
We are thrilled to announce that we’ve truly made it easy for you to put life in order and put worry away with the publication of our new workbook. The workbook is now available for sale on our website and will provide one easy location where you can write down all the information you want your family, friends or doctors to have should you be involved in an accident or unable to speak for yourself.
We’ve provided contact lists, a wallet card, advance directive questionnaires, valid Texas Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) and Organ Donation forms as well as helpful lists that tell you what to do in the first 24 hours after someone dies.
While we don’t provide a form for a will (although filling this out will probably make getting one much easier) we have tried, however, to provide everything else you may need to help communicate your wishes and desires should you be hospitalized or unable to speak.
What People are Say about “Put Life in Order and Put Worry Away.”
It is superb. I can see the work that you put into this book. It is very helpful. I hope (and will try) to spread the word about how it can help people, almost change lives. Thank you so much for creating this book. ~Lynn B., Houston, Texas
Order today as this is one decision that we know will give you and your loved one’s peace of mind.
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