Mother Creates Seat Belt Covers That Would Warn Emergency Workers About Children’s Health Issues

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Keep emergency services informed at all times with these popular seat belt covers

Mother is the only person who cares about her children than anyone. So she concerns about the safety of kids more than her life. Natalie Bell is an Australian mother who innovates an excellent solution for a prevailing problem. She created seat belt covers for a child who needs careful attention in an emergency.

She came up with this idea while imagining her daughter in a road accident. Bell created a personal cover that may be helpful for children with health issues. This cover contains the kids’ conditions, and it would warn the person whoever comes for help in an accident. So the helper can properly approach to them and probably can save the kids.

Keep emergency services informed at all times with these popular seat belt covers
Image credits: Natalie Bell
Keep emergency services informed at all times with these popular seat belt covers
Image credits: Natalie Bell
Keep emergency services informed at all times with these popular seat belt covers
Image credits: Natalie Bell

“I always wonder what would happen if I was in a car accident with my daughter in the car and I was unable to let the doctors know that my daughter could not have a MRI due to having a cochlear implant, now I don’t need to worry about that with these seat belt covers. These can be made for any special needs that the medical team will need to know if you are unable to tell them.” She elaborates.

Keep emergency services informed at all times with these popular seat belt covers
Image credits: Natalie Bell
Keep emergency services informed at all times with these popular seat belt covers
Image credits: Natalie Bell
Keep emergency services informed at all times with these popular seat belt covers
Image credits: Natalie Bell

This cover can be easily attached to the seat belt and is made with bright, bold letters standing out on a white background to make it easy to read. Other than deaf, Bell created those belts for autism, diabetes, and down syndrome, with some covers indicating that a child is non-verbal or may resist help in a medical emergency.

Keep emergency services informed at all times with these popular seat belt covers
Image credits: Natalie Bell

Created these seat belt covers to warn emergency services about children’s health issues

Keep emergency services informed at all times with these popular seat belt covers
Image credits: Natalie Bell
Keep emergency services informed at all times with these popular seat belt covers
Image credits: Natalie Bell
Keep emergency services informed at all times with these popular seat belt covers
Image credits: Natalie Bell

Since the person who comes in first probably not be a medical professional, Isn’t this idea great? Comment below. 

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