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Alert cards for autistic adults and adults with health needs

Alert card for autistic adults

Helpful particularly in the current health climate due to charities and organisations not being able to provide the cards as usual .

This alert card has been created by Jane Green from InfiniteAutism

What is it?

An emergency alert card that can be used by autistic adults or self diagnosed autistic adults, their families, friends or dependents to provide essential basic details. 

Who is it for ?

For autistic or self-diagnosed autistic people

For friends, family, carers and /or dependents plus key practitioners

How can it help?

It can lessen the anxiety of the unknown and being prepared is always useful for the autistic person themselves or for others

How to use it:

Either print it out after filling out the tab forms on the computer or laptop or you can print it out and fill it out by hand. 

You can take a picture of it and keep it on your ‘phone.  Think about safety as the card contains personal data.

Top Tip:

Some people like to keep it in their purse or wallet, on the ‘fridge or with others.

This is a small card so won’t be able to convey all the information that the person may want on there so attach the latest prescription to the card re medication and dosages.

Download the card

Autism alert card

Alert card for adults with health needs

Helpful particularly in the current health climate due to charities and organisations not being able to provide the cards as usual . 

This alert card has been created by Jane Green from Sussexeds (SEDS) and InfiniteAutism SE.

What is it? 

An emergency alert card that can be used by adults, their families, friends or dependents to provide essential basic details. 

Who is it for ?

For adults – 16 plus

For friends, family, carers and /or dependents plus key practitioners

How can it help?

It can lessen the anxiety of the unknown especially in an uncertain health climate for the person and their family.

Being prepared is always useful for the person and for others

How to use it:

Either print it out after filling out the tab forms on the computer or laptop or it can be printed out and filled out by hand. 

A picture of it can be taken and stored on the person’s phone.  Think about safety as the card contains personal data.

Top Tip:

Some people like to keep it in their purse or wallet, on the ‘fridge or with others.

This is a small card so won’t be able to convey all the information that the person and/or their family may want on there so attach the latest prescription to the card re medication and dosages.

Download the card

Adult alert card