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ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE MEDICAL ID JEWELRY

ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE MEDICAL ID JEWELRY
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE MEDICAL ID JEWELRY

EVERY ID IS AN ALZHEIMER’S MEDICAL ID

Custom engraving means every ID works for you!
Choose the style you prefer, and we will engrave it with your Alzheimer’s diagnosis and other pertinent information.

Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia in which nerve cells in the brain gradually lose function. As this happens, a person with Alzheimer’s will experience memory loss and lose other cognitive skills. In the early stages of Alzheimer’s, people experience forgetfulness and confusion. Over time, they might lose the ability to speak and write coherently, make judgments, and solve problems. People with Alzheimer’s might also experience depression, anxiety, social withdrawal, mood swings, distrust in others, stubbornness, irritability, aggressiveness, and changes in sleeping habits. Some people with Alzheimer’s have a tendency to wander and forget where they are.

ALZHEIMER’S MEDICAL ID JEWELRY OFFERS DAILY PROTECTION

People with Alzheimer’s, other forms of dementia, and others with impaired cognitive function need to wear medical ID jewelry. Alzheimer’s patients sometimes wander and become disoriented to time and place. Without some form of ID, it may take days for them to get back home. Being out of one’s known environment may cause excessive stress, and disorientation could lead to injuries or dangerous situations. Additionally, a person may require medical treatment for his or her Alzheimer’s and any other conditions, which s/he will not get while away from home.

If First Responders locate a person, either due to a report of a wandering patient or if they come upon a person on an accident scene, knowing the person’s baseline condition is imperative. If someone is disoriented, unable to recall his or her name, and/or is unsure of the time or place, EMTs may suspect a head trauma or other injury. However, something as simple as a medical ID bracelet can let First Responders know that disorientation or memory impairment is typical for a particular person, and it can provide necessary contact information for getting that person back to his or her family or caregivers as soon as possible.

For those with Alzheimer’s, medical ID jewelry should bear the wearer’s name, condition(s), any known allergies, and at least two emergency contact numbers whenever possible. Include an address if space permits, and list current medications if they are consistent.

Here are some examples of what to engrave on Alzheimer’s medical ID jewelry:

JASON PAULSON
ALZHEIMERS-MEMORY LOSS
ALGY: ASPIRIN
CALL IF ALONE
ICE 555-746-4097
FARRAH RIVERS
ALZHEIMER’S DEMENTIA
ON COUMADIN
T2 DIABETES
ICE 555-746-4097
BOB CULLIGAN
ALZHEIMER’S
CALL IMMEDIATELY:
ICE 555-746-4097
ICE 555-746-0014

What type of medical ID is right for me?

Our custom-engravable medical ID jewelry is just that: custom engravable. That means you can choose whatever style you like because the same Lauren’s Hope medical ID will work for any condition.
  • Interchangeable medical ID bracelets

    An interchangeable medical ID is composed of a bracelet strand with a lobster clasp at either end and a removable medical ID tag. You can purchase multiple strands and continue using the same medical ID tag. If your personal information changes, you can simply replace the custom-engraved medical ID tag.
  • Non-interchangeable medical ids

    Non-interchangeable or traditional medical IDs have affixed medical ID tags for an all-in-one solution.
  • MEDICAL ID CUFFS

    Pull gently to open, put it on, and squeeze tighter for the right fit every time. Cuffs are an excellent option for people who experience swelling of the extremities, those with dexterity challenges, and those who have had weight loss surgery and are looking for the ultimate in adjustability.
  • MEDICAL ID necklaces

    While some people simply prefer medical ID necklaces to bracelets, others choose necklaces because they cannot wear bracelets in the workplace. In any case, EMTs and other first responders are trained to check neck and both wrists for the internationally recognized medical symbol.