Celebrities Design Stylish Medical Alert Bracelets for Kids
There can be nothing scarier than a medical emergency for children (and their parents), so anything that helps notify of potential complications, existing conditions, and help speed up the lines of communication is a MUST-HAVE for all families. Celebrities have teamed up with Hope Paige, a medical ID marketplace, to design stylish alert bracelets that children (and adults) will actually be excited to wear and show off! The above photos shows off the Beaded Leather Bracelets from the women’s collection. These bracelets include three lines of free engraving.
Celebrity-designed charm bracelets include the above four: Kimora Lee Simmons and her daughters designed the top left bracelet to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) and increase awareness. This bracelet does not include a medical heart. Melissa Joan Hart designed the top right bracelet to benefit the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The bottom left bracelet was designed by Mayim Bialik to benefit the Golisano Children’s Hospital at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Gold medal Olympic volleyball champion Misty May-Treanor designed her bracelet to support Breastcancer.org.
The boys and men’s collection of medical bracelets at Hope Paige are not just sporty and fun, but they also look rugged and cool. Perfect for any child and outdoorsman. The top bracelet shown is the Sports Titanium Style Medical ID. The center bracelets are Gone Fishin’ and Keep Truckin’ Children’s Medical IDs. The Rope Braid (in green) is show on the bottom.
The Men’s Light Duty Survival Bracelet is condition specific and can be customized with any colors of choice. The yellow shown here is great, too. These medical bracelets at Hope Paige are so fun and stylish that they would even make great gifts for the holiday season for your friends and loved ones.