In an Emergency–Your Medical Information Needs to be Accessible

 

Hi everyone,

Last week, I had the longest phone call that I’ve had in a long time. It was so nice to sit and talk, uninterrupted. My friend, Tiffany, is one of the women from our Chronically Positive Facebook Group. We talked about our families and our health, plus she had some really good ideas for my book. I LOVE her ideas!   I’m so happy to have so much input!

One of the things that Tiffany talked about was the importance of having emergency information prepared for our families and medical team in case something happens to us. I know from personal experience, six separate week-long stays in the hospital, that this is imperative, but I didn’t realize how many people don’t have everything together in one place.

 

 

 

Today I’m asking you to prepare all the info your family needs, just in case you have an emergency. When you have enough energy, take it a step further and put EVERYONE’S info together.

You will feel relaxed having your emergency list prepared & one less thing to worry about

Not only will it come in handy if someone has to call 9-1-1, but you can take it when you travel too.

 Get a checklist of the 10 most important things on your list

when you sign up below

 

Do you already have your emergency information all together? That’s fantastic! We’ve got some special info to add about the kids and their school to write down too.  You’ll get them when you sign up.

 

Have a great week,

Jen

 

p.s. Tiffany is a virtual assistant, if you’re looking for someone who is professional and creative, her Facebook page is here:  https://www.facebook.com/TiffanyMoodyVA/

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