It was fascinating to hear their feedback on individual designs, but what I really wanted to see was how they saw visually a diabetes bracelet or epilepsy necklace fitting into their daily life. It was critical that this came from them instead of me. One thing my children have taught me as they grow older is that they need to view something through their own eyes, and want to do it, or it is unlikely to happen. My son is currently in year 8 and my daughter in year 7. And it has been a real jolt seeing the social pressures and behaviour that challenge learning in a large secondary school.
How teens view medical bracelets in secondary school
Teen Medical Alert ID Bracelets - Shop Fun | N-Style ID
Click photos to shop. Creative Medical ID Alert bracelets are hip and cool while keeping your teens safe. Many of our beaded and chain medical bracelets are interchangeable, and include two stainless steel lobster clasps at both ends to easily change up the style. We offer stainless steel waterproof medical bracelets for daily wear, beaded and leather medical bracelet styles, medical id dog tags, silver and gold medical bracelets and necklaces. Does your teen nee d a sport band for active wear, or how about a tattoo art style leather band to rock out in? Yes, we've got them.
Boys' medical alert bracelets need to be durable and cool. With so many to choose from, we have the right boys' medical alert bracelet for you! You may want a stainless steel med ID. Does he have changing health needs?
Our selection of medical ID bracelets for girls are designed to provide a fun and stylish option to help keep kids safe. We offer a selection of trendy, cute, or discreet styles that can be worn everyday by kids of various ages and active lifestyles. And all of our medical ID tags feature the caduceus symbol, so emergency medical personnel can quickly find your vital info. From little girls in preschool through teenage girls in high school, we carry medical bracelets for girls kids of all ages. In fact, our company was founded on the needs of a Kansas City tween with Type 1 Diabetes.