Identity Information Cards
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Identity Information Cards

  • Identification Information Card - This card can be printed and cut out, filled out and laminated (front and back together) and given to your child to carry with them at all times. This can be used for younger children. Have your child keep the card in their pocket, wallet or purse near their ID, so that it can be found by professionals in the case of an accident or medical emergency. You can also teach your child that if they are somewhere other than home or school and need help or assistance, they should give this card to an adult (e.g., librarian, store clerk, bus driver) and ask them to call the person named on the back of the card.
Id  Info  Card
  • Police Information Card - This card can be printed and cut out, filled out and laminated (front and back together) and given to your child to carry with them at all times. This can be used for older children and adolescents. Have your child keep the card in their wallet or purse near their ID, so that it can be found by professionals in the case of an accident or medical emergency. Teach your child that if they come into contact with police officers, they should give this card to the officer and ask them to call the person named on the back of the card immediately.
Police  Info  Card

Parent Information Card - This card can be printed and cut out. Keep a few with you for situations where your child’s behaviour in public causes others to stare, question, or become involved. You can hand out these cards to those individuals, to educate them about FASD, your child’s behaviours, and inform them that these behaviours are not due to poor parenting, lack of control over your child, and that your child is not simply “out of control” or having a temper tantrum.

Parent  Info  Card
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