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Communication in an Emergency Just Got Easier!

Thanks to West Virginia, an EMT Communication Card was recently released. 

“When we do a treatment ‘is your pain better or worse, the same?’ and I thought ‘that’s not good enough’ we have to have something that we can use to communicate more effectively,” says Lt. Chris Collins with the St. Albans Fire Department.

A lot of us have family or friends that have a hard time communicating with words, but they are able to communicate with pictures. From Down syndrome to Autism to Deaf/Hard of hearing, this card will be able to help people communicate their symptoms or feelings while providing First Responders and Doctors important information to treat them.

Download the "EMS communication Card"

  • Dash for DS
    Dash for DS
  • EIDS Hand
    EIDS Hand