Immediate, at-the-scene access to information First Responders need to help your loved one effectively

An extra layer of support that travels with them so assistance is always just a helping hand away

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First Responder Emergency Medical Card

First Responder Emergency Medical Card

Designed to help when caregivers are unable to assist their child (or other vulnerable individuals) because they are unavailable, or unconscious / uncommunicative due to an accident.

First Responder Emergency Medical Cards contain all the critical information EMS (Police, Paramedics or Fire) need to know about your loved one if they're in an emergency or found alone. It enables first responders, and other trusted adults, to interact effectively and provide accurate and informed treatment if necessary. 

These cards are perfect for anyone who might require assistance but might not be able to speak for themselves.

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    Sizing / Info

    Case Size: 2.76 x 4.3 inches (7 x 11cm)
    Silicone Tie: 8.27 inches (21 cm) long

    Please see "Additional Information: First Responder Cards" page for further details.

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    At a glance

    What is a First Responder Emergency Medical Card?

    A business-card sized booklet containing important medical information that First Responders need to assist effectively and timely. The booklet is stored inside a brightly coloured, easy-to-see plastic case with flexible twist tie.

    Why do I want a First Responder Emergency Medical Card?

    Quickly provide EMS at-the-scene access to medical information about your loved one if they need assistance or are found alone.

    Designed for First Responders (or other helpful adults) so they can:
    - use your child's name to help reduce anxiety
    - provide accurate and timely treatment if necessary
    - interact thoughtfully and appropriately (e.g. special needs)

    What information does a First Responder Card contain?

    • Crucial details for life sustaining medical assistance
    • Special needs or disabilities
    • Allergies, medications
    • Emergency contacts and physicians/specialists
    • Contains no personal information that can be misused

    Where do I keep a First Responder Emergency Card?

    This card travels with/on your child.

    The silicone tie is versatile and can be attached in many places: carseat / diaper bag / back pack / purse / clothing / etc.

    Who are First Responder Emergency Medical Card for?

    These emergency cards are for EVERYONE but are particularly beneficial to people who have additional medical requirements:

    • Severe Allergies and Sensitivities
    • Autism ASD / ADHD / OCD / DMDD
    • Sensory Processing Issues
    • Impulse Control
    • Hearing and/or Vision loss
    • Mobility Concerns
    • Diabetes
    • Epilepsy
    • Autoimmune disorders
    • Kids who are prone to running away and/or not staying nearby

    Can adults use these?

    ABSOLUTELY! We started with children but these cards are perfect for anyone who might need extra assistance in an emergency!

    • Special needs individuals
    • Seniors
    • Dementia / Alzheimer sufferers
    • Hearing and/or Vision loss
    • Mobility Concerns
    • Diabetes
    • Epilepsy
    • Autoimmune disorders

    Anything else I should know?

    ⚠️ Fill cards out right away and update them regularly! ⚠️

    • These only benefit you if they're ready BEFORE an EMERGENCY
    • We recommend updating these EVERY SIX MONTHS to keep info accurate

    Helping our more vulnerable get quick assistance when a caregiver is injured or unavailable

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    Andréane Marchand
    I love it!

    Very good product! I bought this for my son and I feel more secure with it! The service is amazing!

    This card is perfect for seniors who might need some extra assistance in emergencies or are found alone

    Not just for kids – First Responder Emergency Cards are for everyone

    Image of an elderly adult using a green First Responder Emergency Card in their walker

    Any individual who could potentially require assistance – due to accident, injury or health condition – and/or might not be able to advocate for themselves, would benefit from having these.

    • Seniors / Adults / Teenagers
    • Alzheimer / Dementia / Stroke
    • Special Needs / Autism / Sensory Disorders
    • Autoimmune Disorders / Diabetes / Epilepsy
    • Brain injuries / Hearing Loss / Vision Loss
    • Severe Allergies
    • Vertigo / Fainting / Narcolepsy
    • Drug and Alcohol Abuse
    • Extreme Athletes and Outdoorsmen

    This card travels with/on your person. Update every six months if they are growing or information is changing a lot

    Include a Child Identity Emergency Kit?

    The first 24 hours after a child goes missing are critical. Having your children's details ready for Law Enforcement is extremely helpful