For quite a while, I had been wanting to get a medical ID bracelet. An Autism card is good for events where, having trouble communicating, a person can slip out a card and hand it out. For other situations, when I'm possibly unconscious, I want something on me all the time that's noticeable to paramedics. Especially when I consider the medical issues I have and medications I'm on.
I've looked at medical ID bracelet companies, including the ones with the yearly subscription so that you practically have your medical history a phone call away. I've looked at some rather fancy bracelets, some completely plain and utilitarian bracelets, and they were all either too much money or not what I wanted to wear on my wrist every single day.
But then I came across Lauren's Hope and was genuinely surprised. The bracelets are a bit expensive, especially for someone with limited funds, but are elegant and beautiful. They are designed so that you only need one tag that you can remove and use with many different bands. Yes, space is limited on the tag, and you'd have to replace it every time that your medications get changed, but it's a lot cheaper than subscribing to a medic-alert type service.
I love my Lauren's Hope medical ID bracelet, and I hardly ever take it off. So I highly recommend it; at least take a look, you might find something that catches your eye!