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​If you are assisting someone who is wearing an EmergencyID product that has a 12 digit code on it, then more information is available in an online Datafile.

To access this information:

All information contained within the Datafile is controlled by the patient. EmergencyID does not modify or touch the information contained in Datafiles in any way.

Datafiles can be created by anyone, free of charge. You do not have to buy any of our products - you can simply write the code on a piece of paper and put it in your wallet! For more information on how to create an online Datafile, please click here.


Importance of Emergency ID Bracelets

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If you have a condition such as Alzheimer’s, COPD, anemia, or another ongoing medical condition, your doctor has likely recommended you get an emergency ID bracelet. They may have also said this if you have a pacemaker, suffer from severe allergies, or have other needs that would influence any medical care you might need to receive.   However, you might be wondering why it is so important for you or your loved one to have a medical ID bracelet if any of these conditions apply. After all, it is not as if we try to put ourselves in a medical...

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EmergencyID products are now available in retail!

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EmergencyID is very excited to announce that our medical ID bracelets, necklaces, wallet cards and ID tags are now available in select retail stores in South-Central Ontario.  If you are in any of the areas listed below, we encourage you to check out our display and help support business in your community. You can currently find our products in: Angus - Angus Borden Guardian (6 River Dr.) Collingwood - Stuart Ellis IDA Pharmacy (169 Hurontario St) Georgetown - Young's Guardian Pharmacy and Homecare (47 Main St. S.) Guelph - Norfolk Pharmacy and Surgical Supplies (85 Norfolk St.) Guelph - Royal...

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May is Food Allergy Awareness Month (FAAM) in Canada

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According to Health Canada, approximately 2.5 million Canadians self-identify as suffering from food-related allergies or sensitivities. Food allergies vary from mild to moderate, and potentially life threatening.  Symptoms can range from skin irritations to hives and more seriously, difficulty breathing and anaphylaxis shock.  The purpose of Food Allergy Awareness Month is to shed light on food allergies, raise awareness and to help educate the Canadian public on how to avoid food-related allergic reactions.  The best way to prevent food-related allergic reactions to is avoid foods or ingredients to which you have a known allergy.  This can be difficult at times...

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Advance Care Planning

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What is Advance Care Planning?  Advance care planning is a way for you to communicate your wishes for your future personal care ahead of time.  It provides a way for you to tell your wishes to family, friends and health care professionals how you want your care to be handled, so there is no confusion later on. Advance care planning allows you to decide what course(s) of action or treatment you want to receive if you are dying, permanently unconscious or in a coma. It also allows you to communicate many other wishes you may have such as where you would like to...

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We're Here!

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We’re here!  After many months of product development, website design and all of the small but very important details that go into launching a new venture, Emergency ID is ready to hit the market – and we couldn’t be more excited! If you haven’t heard of us yet (and chances are you haven’t, we are brand new after all), let us use this first  post as an opportunity to let you know who we are and why we are writing this blog.  Who are we?  We are a small group of people who have seen a gap in the medical...

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