MedicAlert Program- No child without program

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One out of three Canadians have a condition that paramedics and emergency responders need to know about, including many children that live with a medical condition, allergy or special need that must be communicated during a medical emergency.

MedicAlert is the most trusted, most recommended medical ID service provider in Canada. For more than 55 years, MedicAlert has protected the lives of over one million Canadians by offering exclusive services to those that are in need.

The No Child Without charitable program, founded by MedicAlert in 2006, has protected over 50,000 students in the last 10 years and supported school officials to address concerns about students living with chronic medical conditions, allergies or special needs. This program provides children and students, attending participating schools, one free MedicAlert medical ID and free MedicAlert service plan coverage between the age of 4 and up until their 14th birthday.

To date, the No Child Without program is available across over 200 school boards, in over 6,000 schools.

Parents and guardians should consider this program if their child lives with:

● A medical condition

● Allergies and requires the use of an epinephrine injector

● Asthma or uses an inhaler

● Autism or ADHD

● Medication they need to take

For a more comprehensive list of conditions, please turn this page over or visit: nochildwithout.ca

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