Seniors Who Live Alone
It's a concern for seniors who live alone: How do you let first responders and friends know your conditions, wishes, and needs if you are unable to communicate?
It's also a concern when you travel.
The solution is myimportantinformation.net. This easy-to-use and secure online service contains the critical information needed in a medical emergency:
- Identifying Information
- Emergency Contacts
- Communications, Mobility, and Medical Conditions
- Medical Preferences
- Location of Medications
- Location of Key Documents
- Pets Who Need Care
After signup, you can request the window sticker, two "refrigerator cards," and a wallet card. The cards contain the website address, the subscriber login, and a special password that displays a "First Responder" report. This customized report provides paramedics, EMT's, and hospitals with your critically important information such as medical conditions and contacts.
If you are not comfortable with computers, you can have an adult child or trusted third party open an account for you and maintain the information. Or, you can open an account and designate someone else to maintain your information.
The website allows anyone with access to your "First Responder" report to notify your emergency contacts by email and/or text message that you need assistance.
The wallet card provides the same protection when you are not at home.
This website helps first responders handle your immediate needs, and helps family, friends, or neighbors assist with the other important aspects of your life - from finding your medications to the location of your important papers. Myimportantinformation.net
helps provides the quality of care you need and deserve.
This security and peace of mind is available for $30.00 a year.