More than tremors: Parkinson’s Disease & Medical ID

Posted on April 11, 2018 by kerri

Perhaps what comes to mind when you think of Parkinson’s’s Disease is one of two things: a person with shaking hands, or a person shuffling their feet across the floor. These are both symptoms of Parkinson’s’s Disease, a neurodegenerative disorder that affects 1-2 in 1000 people. [1] While Parkinson’s’s disease is most common in people … Continue reading “More than tremors: Parkinson’s Disease & Medical ID”

Why children and adults with autism need Medical ID

Posted on April 2, 2018 by kerri

Happy Autism Awareness—or Autism Acceptance—Month! April is the month to wear blue to support people living with autism, and their families, who often take a substantial role in their care and wellbeing, depending on the circumstance and the level of independence an adult with autism is able to achieve. The characteristics of autism are ones … Continue reading “Why children and adults with autism need Medical ID”