Hope Paige Medical ID Bracelets for Summer Camp

Hope Paige Medical ID

Hope Paige Medical ID Bracelets for Summer Camp and Beyond

Sending a kid with an allergy or other medical condition to sleepover camp or even day camp is stressful for parents – everything from the snacks served to the outdoor activities can be a potential threat. If your child is one of the 11 million kids being sent off to camp this year, make sure they’re outfitted with the right gear to keep them safe.

Hope Paige’s line of medical ID bracelets replace the old drab and clunky accessories with a great line of colorful, stylish and fun bracelets for kids! The perfect way to alert respondents, counselors and others of a child’s condition in a subtle way without making them feel “branded”, each bracelet comes custom engraved on the inside of the silver plate with the child’s medical condition.

Waterproof, durable and fun enough for boys and girls of all ages and personalities, they’re a must-have accessory for your campers!  We really like the one that we received and have already had it engraved for a little friend in need of it.

Medical ID Bracelets for Children, Women and Men

At Hope Paige Medical ID, they understand the needs of people with diabetes, allergies, epilepsy, heart disease and other medical conditions. Medical identification jewelry can save lives by providing first responders critical health information in an emergency. They create fashionable medical ID bracelets, necklaces and accessories in unique styles that look great on children, women and men. They think you’ll agree their beautiful selection of medical alert jewelry includes designs for every lifestyle. And now, with their participation in the MedicAlert® International Emergency Medical Identification and Information Network, you can add 24/7 emergency response and health record services to most products.

About Hope Paige

Hope Paige Medical ID Marketplace, headquartered in West Conshohocken, PA, mixes fashion and style with function and purpose as one of the foremost designers of contemporary medical emergency bracelets, awareness jewelry, and licensed designs.

Founded in December 2003, Hope Paige has grown dramatically since its inception. Developed initially to raise awareness of breast cancer, Hope Paige quickly branched out to help other organizations raise awareness of their causes.

Today, Hope Paige partners with Ronald McDonald House Charities, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Kids With Food Allergies, The College Diabetes Network and many others. Other corporate customers and partners (current and past) include The Coca-Cola Corporation, The McDonald’s Corporation and The Hershey Foods Corporation.

The Inspiration

Hope Paige developed their first medical bracelet for a teen who refused to wear the clunky, old fashioned medical identification bracelets that were on the market at the time. Realizing there were many people who shared her feelings, an entire line of fashionable medical emergency bracelets for men, women, boys and girls was developed.

Their products are available throughout the United States in pharmacies, supermarkets, doctors’ offices, jewelry stores, specialty stores and online. A partial list of retailers include:

  • Kroger
  • Wal-Mart
  • Walgreens
  • Rite-Aid
  • Albertsons
  • Stop-N-Shop
  • Giant
  • Bashas
  • Bi-Lo
  • Kerr Drug
  • A&P
  • Medicine Chest
  • Brookshire
  • Amazon
  • Target
  • Martin’s
  • Family Pharmacy
  • Focus Pharmacy
  • Price Chopper

Hope Paige is committed to helping people protect themselves without feeling branded by their conditions.  Their mission is to combine fashion, function, safety and style with exceptional customer service.

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Thank you to Hope Paige for sending us a sample to help facilitate this review.  All opinions are our own. 

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