Paramedics have said: “Everyone should have one.”
It takes minutes to create and could save valuable minutes in an emergency.
This card communicates your medical needs, even if you can’t.
In an emergency, this card informs responders and paramedics of vital information about your health, medications, allergies and who to contact in an emergency. It ensures personalised care and treatment based on your medical needs and reduces the risk of health complications.
As a caregiver your card can identify that someone relies on you and provide vital information about your caregiving role.
Don’t wait for an accident to happen – be prepared!
Designed to ensure you receive the care you need in an emergency.
This card isn’t just a piece of paper; it’s a personalised lifeline during emergencies.
It ensures that in critical moments, you receive precise and swift care. Providing peace of mind to both you and your family.
In case you’re suddenly unable to care for someone who depends on you. Your card signals to emergency services that someone relies on you, providing vital information about your caregiving role.
As a carer, it’s a good idea to have a plan in place.
It takes minutes.
If you’re not already a MyLiferaft member, sign up to access the Emergency Card feature. Existing users can simply log in.
Complete your profile
Fill in your personal details, medical conditions, allergies, medications, and emergency contact information. For caregivers, input specific care instructions for your dependents.
Email confirmation and instant access
Once created, you will receive a print-at-home card via email.
Print and carry
Print the Emergency Card and keep it in your wallet or purse at all times. Having a physical copy ensures quick access for first responders. If you don’t have a printer, local libraries often offer print service.
Share with loved ones
Encourage your family members, especially caregivers, to create their Emergency Cards.
Update your card regularly
Make sure to keep your card up-to-date. Emergency responders must have current and accurate information, to provide you with the best possible care.