And if from a deep fear was born an extraordinary invention that could save lives? In case of'accidenthelp do not really know who they should come to help if they have medical background or if they suffer from diseasebecause they simply are not able to communicate this information. Nathalie Bell, a mother of Australian family, imagined the case where she would have a car accident with her daughter with deafness inside. To relieve her anxieties, Nathalie has created shin belts on which are entered the health problems of the young Shae.
These seat protectors Velcro are simple and effective: on a white background, clear and legible letters make it easier to read news registered there. For Shae, it says: "I'm deaf. I am wearing a hearing aid. No MRI."If Shae's mother was not able to prevent herself helpshe could always count on this simple beltguard for her daughter to be cared for in the best conditions. On June 5th, Nathalie released her creation on Facebook. In the legend, she concludes: "These can be designed to meet all the special needs that theMedical team will need to know if you are unable to answer them."The belt guards are easily attached to seatbelts and straps such as those of backpack.
Based in Victoria, Australia, Nathalie has her own business called Personalized By Nat. She creates personalized items for children and their parents. In particular, she offers a variety of seat protectors for various health problems, including theautism, the Down syndrome, the diabetes and some also indicate that the child does not speak (or little) and can resist being helped. Discover another LEGO solidarity initiative: the brand officially launches bricks to make learning braille easier for children.
Imagined by: Nathalie Bell