I’m going to give you ideas of how to organize your medical stuff and a fun way to make everyday appointments a little easier! Also, I own none of the printable pages below
♥ Chronic Illness – Organization ♥
♥ VERY important Phone numbers and information
♥ Papers to have that makes appointments and everyday life easier and safer!
Items I recommend to have on you at all times
♥ I recommend people with chronic illness or not to carry an updated medical ID, you can never be too safe. Below is the link to create one! It’s Free, printable, and pocket-sized!
- Personally I would make an extra to put into my medical folder (Down Below).
♥ ALWAYS carry medications you’re prescribed and take them ON TIME ! Your health is the main priority!
♥ For fast and easy access I would make a medical binder..You can grab it and go in case of emergency and it’s easy to spot with all info together.
- First thing I would do is get a binder, they come in many sizes and colors (What ever is best for you)
- Second thing, I would do is get sheet protectors and labels!
- I would mark a spot for each doctor, illness, etc.
♥ All papers in that section that relates to the doctor.–
- neurological …. etc.
♥ Put all your important documents in page covers! It’s easier to get to and it keeps them safe. (Free Prints and downloads below!)
- Medical cards and ID
- Copies of doctor papers that have important info
- Medication list
- Allergy List
- Cardiac log
- Reasons for recent hospital visits
- Any recent falls or injury’s / How it happened
- Emergency and medical contact list –
- Vital info Weight, Height, Blood Type etc..
( Everyone is different so you may not need much of the fill ins that’s listed )
♥ Emergency Contact and Medical Form:
Emergency contacts shouldn’t be limited to just direct family members, but….
- Family members work place (If they can’t get ahold of them personally)
- School phone numbers and contacts
- Contacts of people who will take on certain responsibilities; Care of pets and children, house, etc.
♥ Make sure you have local help contact information
- *Emergency help line (Example; 911)*
- Local Police Department *For non-emergencies
- Local Fire Department *For non-emergencies
- Local EMS
- Poison Control
- Crisis Hot Line
- Health insurance plan and policy number
**Also, here’s a list of national emergency numbers you should keep at the ready:**
National Suicide Prevention and Crisis Lifeline – (800) 273-TALK (8255)
Drugs and Alcohol Treatment Referral – (800) 662 HELP (4357)
HIV/AIDS – (800) CDC-INFO / (800) 232-4636
Domestic Violence – (800) 799-SAFE (7233
National Sexual Assault Hotline – (800) 656-HOPE (4673)
American Red Cross – (800) RED CROSS / (800) 733-2767
Poison Control Center – (800) 222-1222
*Emergency number printable list for every state! United States!*
♥ Medication List:
♥ Tips for Safe Medication Use and Storage
♥ Get so many FREE downloads of documents to include to your portfolio!
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-Stay Beautiful! ♥