MyID is pleased to partner with Autism Radio in an effort to make a difference in the Autism Community.
Founder of Autism Radio and the HOPE Saves the Day Podcast
MyID is the easiest way to access, store, and manage your health information. Your profile can be accessed anytime, anywhere via MyID Products such as bracelets, sticker kits, and mobile apps.
Every MyID Product comes with 3 access points making it fast and easy for First Responders to access your profile.
You have more to say than just a couple of engraved lines. And your health isn't set in stone either. With MyID you can manage your entire medical profile and quickly update it at any time.
There is no limit. Feel free to link 10 bracelets, 5 sticker kits, and a wallet card all to one profile. Once you make an update to that profile, all your linked products are updated instantaneously.
MyID makes it easy to manage multiple profiles under a single account—perfect for families and caregivers.
I went into epilepticus and was dropped off at ER with nothing but MyID on my wrist. I am allergic to a lot of medications, especially seizure medications. My boyfriend didn't know them all, but I had told him if there was ever a problem, scan MyID. The band saved my life.
In 2015 I was taken via ambulance 18 times due to epilepsy or syncope. Communicating my conditions to the staff is a matter of life or death for me because I am fatally allergic to Emitrex and Maxalt, which are the two main rescue meds for migraines. On one instance, I had just had a seizure and couldn’t even say my name. My husband hadn't gotten to the hospital yet and they were about to give me some Emitrex until a nurse stopped them based on the fax report she received from MyID. Who knows what may have happened if I got that injection. Your product saved my life.
My car was hit by a truck running a red light. The paramedic asked if I had any medical conditions and I gave him my bracelet. By the time I was put in the ambulance my history had been downloaded to their system and even though I was conscious I doubt I would have remembered everything they needed to assist me.