For Children it is all about becoming part of their routine
Like anything when it comes to kids there may be an element of training involved depending on their age.
Every parent and child will be different but in my own experience my four year old only needed to be told that it was a secret agent wristband whereas my two year old needed a few days of training before it became a part of his routine.
When wearing our iDME wristbands for the first time, I found it helpful to get my youngest, 18 months old at the time to wear it around the house initially to get used to the feeling of something on his wrist.
Our wristbands are designed to be lightweight and comfortable to wear, especially on delicate little wrists so it just took a few days before he didn’t even notice it, and could even sleep with it on.
How to do know which size ?
To be sure of the size you need, simply wrap a piece of string around your child’s wrist, make a note of where it meets and then measure it against a ruler.
For best results with insert cards
Our insert cards are made of a waterproof and tearproof material, perfect for the sea, pool or rainy days. We recommend using a Bic ballpoint pen when writing the information on the insert card allowing at least 5 minutes for ink to dry before folding and inserting the card into the wristband.
Where do the insert cards go?
The insert card that holds all the vital information can be slipped into the inside pocket of the wristband underneath the soft velcro.
Sports ID band and Medical ID bands for Adults and Children, enabling the wearer to carry with them key medical and emergency contact information for Adults and Children. iDME is used worldwide, become part of our community today.