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Keeping Track

Emergency Numbers
What if there was a family emergency while you were getting a haircut? How could someone find you when you were visiting a friend? Use this list of telephone numbers for people, places and services you frequent to help anyone find you in an emergency.

Family Information
Keep track of family members' social security numbers, blood types, birth dates and the locations of important documents.

Important Phone Numbers
Use this form to organize all the contact information pertinent to your child, including his/her school, after-school program(s), friends, and activities.

Memorable Moments
When a precious moment occurs that you would like to hold on to, this offers a handy place to record it. Kids love reading about themselves down through the years; you will too.

Safety Deposit Box
If you've ever put something in a spot for safe keeping and forgotten where you put it, this list is for you. Record everything you put in your bank's safety deposit box, its branch location and box number.


Medical and Emergency Information

Children's Annual Medical Appointments
Can't remember when your child needs to go back to the doctor for a checkup? This form is a handy reminder.

Hospital Permission Form to Authorize Treatment
Hospitals don't treat children unless they have a written authorization from a parent, so keep one of these on hand in case of an emergency when you aren't there. Perfect for babysitters, grandparents, and day care providers.

Medical Care Providers Phone List
No more hunting around for business cards or receipts to get telephone numbers for doctors, dentists, or even your health insurance company. You'll have them in one convenient place: this handy list.

Parents' Medical History and Child's Medical History
Keep track of your medical history and that of your child in one convenient location. This form includes procedures, illnesses, immunizations, allergies, and more!

Your Child's Information
If your child was suddenly missing, how quickly could you provide the authorities with an accurate description of him/her? We recommend you update this list every six months for each of your children.

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