Autism awareness bracelet
People with autism are not physically disabled in the same way that, for example, someone who has cerebral palsy may be disabled. They do not require wheelchairs and they 'look' just like anybody without the disability. Due to this invisible nature it can be much harder to create awareness and understanding of the condition.
ICE ID produce a range of fashionable medical alert bracelets that can help those who suffer from autism to alert their condition to others.
NEW WRIST ICE £20.00
MEDI KIDS STRAP £18.00
INSTANT ICE £15.00
If your child or loved one suffers from diabetes, peanut allergy, autism or epilepsy, then wearing some form of identification is vitally important. Our range of child identity bracelets, speak for you when you can't, giving the care-givers all the vital information they need to give you the best possible care in the fastest possible time.
KIDS ICE is the perfect solution for reuniting lost children with parents or carers and is an excellent way of alerting others to medical conditions such as diabetes, food allergies or reactions to beestings or certain medicines eg penicillin.
All our medical alert tags are stainless steel and your personal information is laser engraved. This makes them virtually indestructible and overcomes the problems associated with hand written tags such as fading and illegibility.
Each TAG can include up to 6 lines of information. Recommendations include NAME, TOWN/POST CODE, NHS NUMBER, 2 EMERGENCY NUMBERS, MEDICAL INSURANCE NUMBER, BLOOD GROUP AND ANY KNOWN ALLERGIES OR CONDITIONS.
If your child or loved one is diabetic, or suffers from peanut allergy, autism or epilepsy, then wearing some form of medical alert if for children is vitally important. Our range of kids id bracelets, speak for you when you can't, giving the care-givers all the vital information they need to give you the best possible care in the fastest possible time.
It could save your life!!!
|Useful links for Autism|
|Oaasis - A resource for parents & professionals caring for children with Autism / Asperger Syndrome and other learning disabilities.|
|National Autistic Society|