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    Aware in Care Hospital Action Plan
    lovedogs1955 posted:
    I just wanted to let you guys know that I found the BEST thing ever to keep with papers that you take to the hospital!

    It's called Aware in Care Hospital Action Plan and is FREE. Comes with all sorts of information to share with health care professionals, a Parkinson's metal bracelet and a zipper up bag to keep this stuff in, including small bottles of your PD medications.

    Check it out....go to:
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    worn1 responded:
    Checked it out. Great idea
    There are none so blind as those that will not see
    njladyluck responded:
    This is nice Love Dog - gonna get me one. I never thought about not being able to get my meds if I had to go into the hospital. Now that is scary!!!
    lovedogs1955 replied to njladyluck's response:
    I plan on taking my kit into my Neuro's office at my next appt so he can see and maybe encourage other patients to get one as well.

    I have shown it to my friends (no one else has Parkinson's) and they read just about everything in it. Their opinion has been extremely positive!

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