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Sweet B is an eloper. No, she did not run away and get married without my knowledge, but she is a runner. She’s gotten out of the house twice in her 13 years and both experiences were absolutely devastating. Fortunately, she returned home safely both times. When we go places, she’s usually pretty good about staying with me or when she’s with her dad, she’s good about staying with him. Still, she doesn’t have the greatest sense of awareness and every little bit can help. We had discussed, in the past, getting a medical bracelet for her since she’s non-verbal. But we never got around to it. Now, I’ve had the opportunity to try out Elph Band with her and whenever we go anywhere we’re staying safe with elph band.
So, what exactly does Elph Band do?
ELPH is quite simply help, a simple solution to help reconnect whether used on a daily basis when in crowded public places such as amusement parks, fairs, sporting events, museums, cruise lines etc., to the elderly with medical conditions to persons with mental disabilities. Parent/Guardian contact information is quickly and easily added to our private database in real time.
Registering your ELPH band is super simple. All you have to do is scan the QR code and enter your information. There is a small fee to register your band and each year thereafter costs $10. But, I think this is definitely a worthwhile cost and especially when it comes to your child’s safety.
We only use our ELPH band at home or in the community, so it doesn’t get sent to school with Sweet B. It does, however, go with her on the weekends just in case.
Sweet B wears a child large size band on her left wrist. Whenever we need to go anywhere, even if it’s just something as simple as going grocery shopping, our Elph band will go with us.
At this time, I don’t make her sleep with it on, mostly because I know she’ll just take it off anyway so we’re still looking for another solution as far as that goes. But, now I can at least have some peace of mind when we’re out in the community because we’re staying safe with Elph band.
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