Many people with T1D are taking precautions this Thanksgiving because of COVID-19. Are you or your loved ones with T1D doing any of the following for your Thanksgiving gatherings? Select all that apply.
I wear a regular gold ID bracelet that I had “DIABETES “ engraved on the backside. I got this before I learned that I had Type 1. I wish It was also there.
I recently ordered an engraved tag that fits on my Fitbit band. Since I wear the Fitbit every day it seemed the best option. http://www.roadid.com
My husband has had a RoadID bracelet engraved with his name, emergency contacts and Type 1 Diabetes. He wears it every time he leaves the house.
I wear a necklace because a bracelet gets caught in tools. Have for 23 years, Unsure if it helps but “just in case…”
I have an ICE message on my phone that is viewable by anyone and I always carry with me and I wear a Road ID when I ride/race bikes or for other exercise or adventure activities.
I have a medical alert tag with my medical conditions of epilepsy and T1D attached to my purse and also on my cell phone with whom to contact in case of emergency. My insulin pump is also a giveaway. I cannot stand the feeling of jewelry on my skin.
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I have a Type 1 diabetes tattoo on my wrist