Emergency Medical Info for First Responders

YOU’VE JUST HAD AN ACCIDENT OR HEART ATTACK!

Who should emergency helpers and professionals contact to get you the help you need as fast as possible?

Here are some valuable tips provided to us from our friend Dave Savage.

Most people carry virtually no contact information that emergency helpers need.

EMERGENCY SUPPORT NOTIFICATION
Keep one:
♦ in your wallet
♦ in your vehicle
♦ in the hands of family and friends who are on the emergency support team list

Make one for family members who travel with you.  (i.e., You are on your way to pick up your kids or grandchildren when you have an accident. Who should be notified right away?)

• Add the categories of helpers that you have: family attorney, care givers,etc.

• Include where you have end of life documents stored and who may have duplicate copies.

• You need both printed and electronic information in as many forms and places as possible.

Given to you by The Funeral Consumers Alliance of Georgia and The Memorial Society of Georgia.
FCAGA.org and MemorialSocietyofGeorgia.org
Both help you and your family make informed decisions.

This information is also in the GoodStuff section of the DaveSavage.com website, to cut and paste as a starting point for your family’s EMERGENCY SUPPORT NOTIFICATIONS.

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