How To Choose An ICE Contact

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Even though you know you need one…

The hardest part about putting an ICE Contact on your phone can be deciding who your contact will be. 
The GOOD news is, it’s not as hard as you think, even if you aren’t married or your family lives thousands of miles away.
An ICE Contact should be someone that you would want there with you at the hospital, or who, if you’re seriously injured or unconscious, you would trust to make decisions on your behalf.  Someone very close to you, who doesn’t go out of town all the time and who you know will drop everything to race to your side and handle things or make sure that your children are taken care of, until your spouse or other relatives arrive.
Anyone that you trust can be your ICE Contact.  But if you choose someone besides your spouse or your parents ask them if they’re comfortable with it too.  Some people simply aren’t good in an emergency or wouldn’t want to be responsible for the well being of another person, no matter how much they love you or even if they’re related to you. 
If you have any life-threatening allergies or if there is anything in your medical history that an emergency room doctor would absolutely need to know, don’t just put that information into your ICE Contact (you can find out how to do that right here on the blog).  Make sure you also tell the people you’ve named as your contacts where to find that information on your phone.  If you have a lot of information to convey, you can always create a medical information form and save the link to it, inside your contact.  Just make sure your contact knows where it is so they can point that out to emergency personnel.
Are you married?   Then I guess you know who your first contact will be.  But before you just jot down your spouse and no one else as an emergency contact, take a moment to think of a few other people you would want to have as your ICE Contacts just in case.  After all, what if your spouse is out of town, forgot to charge his phone or worse, is involved in the same emergency that you are. 
That’s why we always suggest that people have, at the very least, two ICE Contacts. Preferably, three or four.   Just make sure you name them ICE 1, ICE2 and so on, in order of preference.  
And while you’re at it, be sure to name one out of town relative or close friend who can be your out of area contact, in case communications in your own city are down.  Many times calls to other cities will go through, even though your own local phone networks or cell towers are overloaded.
If you travel a great deal for business — especially internationally, we recommend that you put a minimum of four ICE Contacts on your smartphone.  The first should be your spouse or significant other, the second a close relative or friend.  The third contact should be your attorney or business manager and the fourth, a business partner or colleague who can attend to matters if you are temporarily incapacitated or in a location where telecommunications are down.   How can emergency personnel tell which is which?  Simple.  Just name the first two ICE Medical 1 and 2, then name the others ICE Legal and ICE Business.
 While you’re here, be sure to check out our other ICE Contact posts like How To Put An ICE Contact On Your iPhone, or How To ICE Your Samsung Galaxy to learn everything you need to know about ICEing your phone.   And don’t forget to put ICE Contacts on your spouse’s and kid’s phones too, along with each other’s contact information.   
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How To Fill Out Your Family’s Emergency Contact Cards

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In the days after September 11th, two thousand, one hundred children were left stranded in daycare.

Why?
Because their parents hadn’t filled out one of the fields on their daycare emergency contact cards.
“Who should we contact if you are not able to pick up your child?”
How could something so basic, strand two thousand children on one of the scariest days in American history?

Fear

The inability or refusal to take two minutes to think through what might happen, if they and their spouse were unable to reach their child.  The ridiculous thing is, it doesn’t even have to take a real emergency for this to happen.  You could be stuck on the freeway, or trapped in an airplane you were certain would arrive on time.
So take a few moments to think about it.  And please, please don’t just jot down the first name that pops into your head!
Imagine that you have an accident or are in the middle of a transportation nightmare and you and your spouse are unable to pick up your child from school one afternoon.  Now imagine that you can’t get to her for two or three days.  Who would you want taking care of her?

Choosing Your Emergency Contacts

You need someone who knows your child extremely well.  Someone who would be able to calm her down and would have the energy to care for her.  Someone who knows what she likes and dislikes.  And, in case of extreme emergency like September 11th, it would really help to have someone with the ability, brains and fortitude to help locate you or your spouse, if overburdened emergency personnel weren’t able to help.
That’s the kind of thought you need to put into emergency planning, especially where your children are concerned.

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Medical History

Now what about your child’s medical history?  Some schools or day care centers don’t even provide a card for medical history, or the one they provide might be so sparse that it would be useless in a true medical emergency.  Don’t forget that you can simply create a medical history information sheet for them and see that it’s stored with your child’s records.  That way you can be sure that the information you would want emergency personnel to have in an emergency, will be right at their fingertips.
If you have already completed the section on Medical Information, you already have Medical History Forms for you and your children.  So grab their forms and let’s see how you did with them.
Did you include a current list of chronic conditions, allergies, medications and vitamins along with the dosage?  A list of all of your child’s health providers including specialists, dentists and other professionals who see your child on a regular basis?
Did you jot down things that a nurse or physician might need to know to help calm your child down while treating her, until you’re able to be at the hospital?   Your child’s likes and dislikes, favorite foods or toys or anything else that might help.   No matter how old your child is, kids tend to regress a bit when they’re hurting or frightened, so the information you provide here can go a long way towards keeping them calm and helping the medical team give them the treatment they need until you arrive at the hospital.
Take the emergency contact card from your child’s school or daycare provider and fill it in with your carefully-chosen emergency contacts as well as the information from the medical information form.  Like we said, if there’s not enough room to detail important information, just ask the school to store the medical information form you created earlier along with the emergency card.  And be sure to store the medical information form, or a link to it, in your smartphone in case you need to refer to it in an emergency.

Your Own Emergency Contact Card 

Just because you and your spouse are adults doesn’t mean that you don’t need to take your own emergency cards seriously.  Do we have to remind you about all the runners who have been rushed to the hospital in the middle of a 10K without a scrap of medical information?  Didn’t think so!
The moment you begin a job, register for school or run a marathon, you’re going to have to fill out your own card.  The best way to do it?  Exactly like you did for your kids.
Before you jot down your spouse and no one else as an emergency contact, take some time to think of another person or two, who you would want to be notified in an emergency.  Your spouse might be out of town, stuck with a dead cell phone or worse might be involved in the same emergency.
If that’s the case who would you want to be there with you?  Who would you trust to make decisions for you?  To take care of your children if need be, or keep things going until your spouse or other relatives arrive?
And take the same care with your medical history as you did with your children’s.  If there isn’t enough room on the contact form for allergies, medications or other vital information, attach the medical information form — if you don’t have one you can get one from this post .  Or you can simply attach an additional page of information to make sure your emergency form would actually help in an emergency!
Taking five minutes now to turn your emergency contact card into a truly valuable document, could be one of the smartest things you’ve ever done.

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How To Back Up Your Address Book

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Let’s say your spouse or best friend decides to throw you a surprise party… 

If they opened up your address book, would they find the current names and contact information for your friends and relatives?  Or would you end up with a room full of long forgotten former neighbors and all your friends from Camp Wannamochachino? That’s what I thought.  Which means that in an emergency, your spouse or best friend would have absolutely NO chance of locating the names of people they need to contact ASAP.  So how about some quick tips on getting your address book in pristine shape quickly and painlessly?

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Here are a few simple ways to get your address book organized, backed up, useable and accessible.

1. Hunting Down Those Scraps of Paper

Grab all of those slips of paper, you’ve been keeping, with your friend’s updated phone numbers and emails .  And don’t forget the addresses you tore off the Christmas card envelopes & the notes at the bottom of your purse.  Now go update your address book!
Do you have more entries than you have space?  Then consider keeping only the basic information you need in your main book —  like the land line and cell number plus one email address.  Then relegate the rest of the numbers and information to one major address list on your computer.  That way you have  what you need at your fingertips without having to forage through every bit of information, just to find your aunt’s phone number.

2. Keeping It Up To Date

If your book has more cross outs and erasures that it does entries, it might be time to rethink the type of address book you use.  Even though it’s a pain to have to change emails, addresses and phone numbers every time your friends or relatives move, one change doesn’t mean you have to toss out the whole book and start over.
Here’s a great solution that actually works.  It’s called  Circa Address Book from Levenger.  In it, each person’s entry is actually a square, perforated information slip.  So if someone messes up your book by getting a new phone number, all you have to do is tear out that entry and replace it with a new one, leaving the rest of your book intact. Brilliant!

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3. Put That Book In Its Place!

Always keep your address book in the same place, and make sure the place makes sense, like a drawer in the desk where you pay your bills or work on your computer.    An address book is no good to you if it’s hiding under your couch!

4. Don’t Keep The Location To Yourself

Once your book is updated, tell your spouse, roommate or if you live alone, mother or best friend, where you keep your address book, in case of emergency.

5. Talk Isn’t Always Cheap

Have a quick conversation with your spouse, best friend or parent about which people you would want them to notify, if you were seriously injured.
To be safe, you can also put a star like this ** or other special mark next to each of those names in your address book, along with a notation at the beginning of your address book, explaining the reason for the stars.

6. Now What Do I Do With It?

Copy or scan your address book once a year (or every six months if  your friends move  a lot).  Save the copy in a different location than your book and a second copy in a secure file at work or in your safe deposit box.
Scanning is even better, so you’ll be able to save your address book to your computer. Save an additional copy onto a portable hard drive or flash drive and place it along with your other vital documents in a safe deposit box.  That way you’ll be able to access your contacts in case your home is inaccessible in an emergency.

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Back It Up

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How To Back Up Your Contacts

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How To Back Up Your Contacts | You'll find this and other quick and easy life hacks and organization hacks at https://rnn10.wordpress.comIf they opened up your contacts on your computer, would they find the current names and contact information for your friends and relatives?  Or would you end up with a room full of long forgotten former neighbors and all your friends from Camp Wannamochachino? That’s what I thought.   Which means that in an emergency, your spouse or best friend would have absolutely NO chance of locating the names of people they need to contact ASAP. So how about some quick tips on getting the contacts on your computer in pristine shape quickly and painlessly? Here are some simple ways to get them organized, backed up, usable and accessible.
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Here are a few simple ways to get your address book organized, backed up, useable and accessible.
1. Hunting Down Those Scraps of Paper
Grab all of those slips of paper, you’ve been keeping, with your friend’s updated phone numbers and emails.  And don’t forget the addresses you tore off the Christmas card envelopes & the notes at the bottom of your purse.  Now get over to your computer and start updating your contacts.
2. Two Second Updates
Outlook or other computer based contacts are the easiest to maintain – but only if you actually maintain them.  Every time you notice that a friend has updated information, take two seconds to update their entry in your contacts.
3. Or Once A Month
If you don’t have time for those two second updates, here’s a great way to get them all done.
  • Create a new folder on your computer desktop named “Contacts”.
  • Every time a friend sends you an email with updated contact info, or a new contact, save it and drop it into the folder.
  • You can also simply create a Word document and save all those bits of information on that one page.
  • Then on the day of your “appointment” make all the changes to your contacts, then delete the info in the folder or the entries on the Word document and start the month fresh.
4. Don’t Keep The Location To Yourself
Once your book is updated, tell your spouse, roommate or if you live alone, mother or best friend, where you keep your contacts, in case of emergency.  If it’s password protected, share that as well.
5. Talk Isn’t Always Cheap
Have a quick conversation with your spouse, best friend or parent about which people you would want them to notify if you were seriously injured.
You can also create a “notify” category in your contacts and put each person you’d want to notify of an accident or serious  illness, in that category.
That way all your spouse, friend or parent would have to do is sort by the notify category and would instantly have a list of people to notify.
And be sure to have the same conversation with your spouse and parents so that you know who to notify if the situation were reversed.
6. Now What Do I Do With It?
Back up your contacts!  If you’ve decided to make updates to your contacts once a month, then simply make a backup copy of your contacts the same day.
Depending on your software, export them or save them to a backup file just in case anything ever happens to your contact list.  While you’re at it, save an additional copy onto a portable hard drive or flash drive and put it in a safe deposit box with your other vital documents.  That way you’ll always have your contacts at your fingertips.
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How To Back Up Your Contacts And Address Book

Tracy and I had been great friends since high school. 

She and her family were so much fun – a husband and two adorable little kids, four-year-old Jennifer and two-year-old Garrett.  She prided herself on keeping up with all of her friends and loved having all of us around her.  One of her favorite things was her address book, where she kept all of her names and numbers.  This was back in the days before everyone had PCs and cell phones at their fingertips.  Since all of our friends were in their twenties and thirties, the hardest part was keeping up with everyone’s new addresses and phone numbers.  How To Back Up Your Contacts And Address Book| You'll find this and other quick and easy life hacks and organization hacks at https://rnn10.wordpress.com.One graduates from college, another marries and buys a home.  As much as she tried, the book became a maze of different inks and cross outs, but she couldn’t bring herself to buy a new one.  What was the point when it would just end up in the same shape as the old one, a few months later?  One night after spending the day helping a friend, Tracy was driving home alone, when her car was struck by a drunk driver.  She was killed instantly.  Her husband was beside himself and when faced with the task of pulling together a funeral, didn’t know where to begin.  He figured that he would start with Tracy’s address book.  He’d seen her use it hundreds of times, but now that he desperately needed it, it was nowhere to be found.  He and the kids tore the house apart – nothing.  The friends and neighbors who lived nearby, couldn’t find it either.
At least thirty of us, didn’t learn that Tracy had passed away until weeks later, when the book finally turned up.  We missed her funeral simply because her address book wasn’t in a place that her husband could easily find it.  And when he did find it, he had trouble figuring out which entries were the most recent, or which of the hundred people, Tracy would have wanted him to notify first.
Don’t let that tragedy happen to your family or your friends.  It’s so unnecessary, especially when there are so many outstanding tools out there now to help.  Between contact software like Microsoft Outlook, cell phone speed dial lists, and our favorite address/notebook, the Circa by Levenger, it’s easier than ever to have all of your contacts up-to-date and accessible in multiple locations.
Take Action! 
Here are a few simple ways to get your contacts organized, backed up, useable and accessible.
If you use a physical address book:
  • Always keep your address book in the same place, and make sure the place makes sense, like a drawer in the desk where you pay your bills or work on your computer.
  • Keep your address book up to date.  Yes it’s a pain to have to change emails, addresses and phone numbers every time your friends or relatives move, but one change doesn’t mean you have to toss out the whole book and start over.  Try the Circa Address Book from Levenger.  In it, each person’s entry is actually a square, perforated information slip.  So if someone messes up your book by getting a new phone number, all you have to do is tear out that entry and replace it with a new one, leaving the rest of your book intact. Brilliant!
  • Tell your spouse, roommate, or if you live alone, mother or best friend, where you keep your address book in case of emergency.
  • Have a quick conversation with your spouse, best friend or parent about which people you would want them to notify if you were seriously injured.  Or simply put a star next to each of those names in your address book, along with a notation at the beginning of your address book explaining the reason for the stars.
  • Copy or scan your address book once a year (or every six months if they change a lot).  Save the copy in a different location than your book and a second copy in a secure file at work or in your safe deposit box.  Scanning is even better, since you’ll be able to save your book to your computer. Save an additional copy onto a portable hard drive or flash drive and place it along with your other vital documents in a safe deposit box.  That way you’ll be able to access your contacts in case your home is inaccessible in an emergency.
If you use a computer based address book:
  • Microsoft Outlook or other computer based contacts are the easiest to maintain – but only if you actually maintain them.
  • Every time you notice that a friend has updated information, take a moment to update his/her entry in your contacts.
  • If you don’t have time for those momentary updates, here is a great way to update your contacts.  Make an appointment with yourself once a month to update your contacts.  Then make a folder on your computer desktop to help you manage them. Every time you receive an email that a friend has changed his or her contact information, save it and drop it into the folder.  Or you can create one Word document and every time you get a new update from any of your contacts, note the person’s name, the date and cut and paste the new information onto that document page.  Then on the day of your “appointment” make all the changes to your computer address book, making sure they are saved, and erase the entries on your Word Document or dump those old emails, so you can start the month fresh.
  • Tell your spouse, roommate or if you live alone, mother or best friend, where you keep your contacts, in case of emergency.
  • Have a quick conversation with your spouse, best friend or parent about which people you would want them to notify if you were seriously injured.  Or create a “notify” category in your contacts, and put each person you’d want to notify in that category. That way all your spouse, friend or parent would have to do is sort by the notify category and will have a list of people to notify seconds later.
  • Back up your contacts.  If you’ve decided to make updates to your contacts once a month, then simply back up your contacts the same day.  Depending on your software, save or export your contact file to a separate folder on your computer, just in case anything ever happens to your original contact list.  Save an additional copy onto a portable hard drive or flash drive and place it along with your other vital documents in a safe deposit box.  That way you’ll be able to access your contacts in case your home is inaccessible in an emergency.
If you use your cell phone as your address book:
  • Run, don’t walk, to your phone immediately.  Download all of your contacts to a file and transfer it to your computer.  If you don’t know how, look at your phone’s instruction manual, or call your cellular carrier for instructions.
  • After the file is on your computer, back it up to at least one other location on your computer and save an additional copy onto a portable hard drive or flash drive and place it along with your other vital documents in a safe deposit box.  That way you’ll be able to access your contacts in case your home is inaccessible in an emergency.
  • It’s extremely dangerous store your important personal contacts ONLY on your phone.  Phones can easily be lost, stolen or damaged and to trust all of your vital contacts, friends and family only to your phone is just asking for trouble.
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