MEDICALERT

When you call MedicAlert please let them know the Connecticut Epilepsy Advocate recommended them. (888) 633-4298 

 

The MedicAlert Foundation is the most dependable, the most intelligent, and the most trusted emergency service. Why? Because MedicAlert is more than a medical ID – MedicAlert is your emergency support network.

 

The Connecticut Epilepsy Advocate will help Connecticut residents living with Epilepsy who need MedicAlert. We offer the choice from one the following:

 

Red Medical ID Bracelet


Classic Medical ID Bracelet


Large Stretch Band


Vintage Contrast Medic Alert Necklace

In an emergency where you cannot speak for yourself, MedicAlert will save your life.

 

First responders are trained to recognize MedicAlert emblems, making them instantly recognizable in a medical situation.

 

Emblems are engraved with your important medical information, helping responder’s diagnose your situation and make informed treatment decisions.

 

Additional information can be obtained by calling MedicAlert’s 24/7 emergency call center, where a copy of your Emergency Medical Information Record is stored and available all hours of the day.

To top it off, MedicAlert is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization. Being a member supports their mission of saving lives and gives you peace of mind, knowing their service is available when you need it most.

 

People from all walks of life have benefited by being a MedicAlert member. Join MedicAlert today and receive the peace of mind offered by their live saving services.

 

Visit www.medicalert.org or call today at (800) 432-5378. It’s never too early to be proactive about your health information, because in an emergency every moment matters.

 

The MedicAlert Foundation was found in in 1956 by Doctor Marion Collins, after his daughter suffered a near fatal allergic reaction to tetanus. Since then the foundation has been providing medical and emergency information through a mixture of instantly recognizable medical identification emblems, and the 24/7 emergency response network.

To get the correct wrist measurement please use the fabric tape measure as seen in the image and wrap it around your wrist but not tight, just let it stay there gently, write down the correct measurement and give it to us with your I.C.E. Information Sheet.​​

— The Connecticut Epilepsy Advocate, Inc. is a recognized 501 (c) (3) Nonprofit Organization. —

(203) 874-8731​