'Personalised by Nat' launches safety seat belt covers that explain critical health information. The product was created by founder Nat in response to a concern for her deaf daughter, who in the event of a car accident, cannot have an MRI due to an implant.
The safety seat belt covers can give paramedics information in case caretakers or individuals are incapacitated. "'I always wonder what would happen if I was in a car accident with my daughter and I was unable to let the doctors know that she could not have an MRI due to having a cochlear implant," says Nat. The safety seat belt covers can be personalized based on individual needs. Some examples of messaging include "I am deaf. I have a cochlear implant. No MRI," "I have autism. I may resist help, and" "My Name is Shane. I am nonverbal and have epilepsy."
This new product could drastically improve medical care issued at car accidents.
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