The best way to avoid food allergy emergencies is through awareness. Allerbling is a visual educational tool and a conversation piece that has the potential to save children's lives by raising awareness of a child’s food allergies.
These bright, stretchy bracelets are a great way to alert others about your child's food allergies. To insert charms, simply stretch the wristband a little with one hand, and elongate a hole. Then squeeze the charm backing and insert it partially into the hole and pull the backing through the other side - a bit like threading a needle. Do not use a sharp object to elongate the hole. Continue until you have installed all of the charms your child needs.
Bracelet kit includes: 1 small (measures 5 1/4") and 1 large (measures 6") bands, 8 food allergy charms, and 1 medical cross charm. Charms include: Peanut Allergy, Shellfish Allergy, Wheat Allergy, Dairy Allergy, Fish Allergy, Soy Allergy, Tree Nut Allergy, and Egg Allergy, and 1 medical alert charm. Not intended for children under 3 because of the small parts (charms).
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We just got this bracelet for our 4 year old son. While his school is aware of allergies and takes proper precautions we thought this was a useful tool when he is at other activities. He likes to wear it and thinks it is neat to show it to everyone. It's a little tricky to get the charms into place but makes sense so they stay.
I have to constantly explain about my son's allergies. This makes it so much easier. The teachers as well as the cafeteria staff says it is a lot easier to remember just by seeing his bracelet. The orange color makes it noticeable but just to those that know what it's for. He loved it and says his friends thinks it's cool to know what he can't have.
We have bought 3 of these over the past two years. My son NEVER takes out of, which leads to wearing down of the bracelet. He has autism and it's the only material that doesn't bother him. With this bracelet he is able to show people what he is allergic to. I love it!