Medical ID jewelry used to be pretty straightforward. It was metal, plain, and honestly boring or unattractive. When Lauren’s Hope produced the very first stylish, interchangeable medical ID bracelet in 2001, we changed all of that. We gave people high quality, attractive options and turned something people often felt was an unwanted tag or label
If you’re asking, then odds are the answer is yes. Wearing medical ID jewelry, particularly when it is custom engraved with your specific information, is a simple daily habit that can make a huge difference in an emergency. If you’re not sure, ask yourself: Are you at risk of your health condition(s) causing an emergency?
When selecting a medical ID, there are so many options that people sometimes feel overwhelmed. In reality, there are some simple ways to determine which medical ID is best for you. Here are some helpful tips. Tara CohenAs Director of Sales, Marketing, and Business Development for Lauren’s Hope, Tara Cohen is often the voice of
Medical ID jewelry has been around for a long, long time. The very simple concept of a custom-engraved bracelet that helps keep your most pertinent medical information accessible in an emergency is something that has saved countless lives. Lauren’s Hope was the first to challenge that model in 2001 when we started making fashionable, interchangeable
When an individual chooses to complete a Living Will or Advance Health Care Directive, s/he may opt to complete a form with his/her doctor called a “DNR Order” or, “No Code.” Every state has slightly different rules regarding DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) Orders, so it’s important to consult your physician and keep a copy of
Every day, I answer customer calls here at Lauren’s Hope. I love talking with our customers and hearing their stories, learning about their conditions, and helping them find the products that work best for them and their loved ones. Every once in a while, however, I get a very special call. I get a call
Lymphedema is a risk breast cancer patients and survivors know all too well. Although most commonly associated with lymph node damage and removal during mastectomies, lymphedema can also result from tumor growth that impedes the flow of lymphatic fluid as well as from radiation treatment, which can cause scarring and inflammation of the lymph nodes
Brittany: So, how did you get into engraving?Caitlin: LeAnn (the owner of Lauren’s Hope) thought I’d be a good fit in engraving. After seeing how detail-oriented I was making jewelry, she thought I’d be a good fit. When it comes down to making sure spelling and everything is correct, being so detail-oriented was really beneficial.
When people think of reasons a person would wear medical ID jewelry, they typically list things like diabetes, food allergies, drug allergies, epilepsy, heart conditions, and Alzheimer’s. And while all of these conditions are important reasons to wear medical alert jewelry, there is one group of conditions that is largely overlooked: mental health disorders. As