72 Hour Kits: Part 3

April 15, 2013
 

Check out Part 1Part 2, and Part 4 of our mini series

Part three is actually a fairly simple part of the 72 hour kits.  I have put together a ID Information Sheet for children and adults.  These are perfect to keep in your 72 Hour Kit bag.

                                                                                                                                                            
Child ID Information Sheet
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ID Information Sheet
Full Name
Social Security #:
E-mail Address:
Born:
Blood Type:
Passport #:
Regular Medications:
Drug Allergies:
Family Dr/Pediatrician:
Dr. Name: Phone Number
Insurance Name:
Phone Number
Insurance ID #:
 
Home:
Street Name and/or Number
City, State, Zip
Home Phone Number
Family E-mail address if applicable
 
Immediate Family:
Full name (Father)
Number (Cell)
Father E-mail address
Full name with maiden name (Mother)
Number (Cell)
Mother E-mail address
Full Name (Brother/Sister)
Sibling E-mail address
Full Name (Brother/Sister)
Sibling E-mail address
Full Name (Brother/Sister)
Sibling E-mail address
 
 
 
Grandparents:
Grandfather & Grandmother (w/ maiden name)
Street Name and/or Number
City, State, Zip
Number (Grandpa Cell)
E-mail (Grandpa E-mail)
Number (Grandma Cell)
E-mail (Grandma e-mail)
 
Grandfather & Grandmother (w/ maiden name)
Street Name and/or Number
City, State, Zip
Number (Grandpa Cell)
E-mail (Grandpa E-mail)
Number (Grandma Cell)
E-mail (Grandma e-mail)
 
Aunts & Uncles:
Uncle Name & Aunt Name (w/ Maiden name)
Street Name and/or Number
City, State, Zip
Number (Uncle Cell)
E-mail (Uncle E-mail)
Number (Aunt Cell)
E-mail (Aunt E-mail)
 
Uncle Name & Aunt Name (w/ Maiden name)
Street Name and/or Number
City, State, Zip
Number (Uncle Cell)
E-mail (Uncle E-mail)
Number (Aunt Cell)
E-mail (Aunt E-mail)
 
Uncle Name & Aunt Name (w/ Maiden name)
Street Name and/or Number
City, State, Zip
Number (Uncle Cell)
E-mail (Uncle E-mail)
Number (Aunt Cell)
E-mail (Aunt E-mail)
 
                                                                                                                                                            

Adult ID Information Sheet
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ID Information Sheet
Full Name (Maiden name if applicable)
Social Security #:
E-mail Address:
Born:
Blood Type:
Passport #:
Regular Medications:
Drug Allergies:
Family Dr. Group Name:
Family Dr. Name: Phone number
Insurance Name:
Phone Number
Insurance ID #:
 
Home:
Street Address
City, State, Zip
Number (Home Phone)
E-mail if applicable (family e-mail)
 
Immediate Family:
Name (Husband/Wife)
Number (Cell)
E-mail
Name (Son/Daughter)
Number (Cell)
E-mail
Name (Son/Daughter)
Number (Cell)
E-mail
Name (Son/Daughter)
Number (Cell)
E-mail
 
Parents:
Father (in-law) & Mother (in-law) (with maiden name)
Street Address
City, State, Zip
Number (Home Phone)
Number (Father Cell)
E-mail (Father E-mail)
Number (Mother Cell)
Mother E-mail
 
 
Father (in-law) & Mother (in-law) (with maiden name)
Street Address
City, State, Zip
Number (Home Phone)
Number (Father Cell)
E-mail (Father E-mail)
Number (Mother Cell)
Mother E-mail
 
Brothers & Sisters:
Brother (in-law) & Sister (in-law) w/ Maiden Name
Street Address
City, State, Zip
Number (Home)
Number (Brother (in-law))
E-mail (Brother (in-law))
Number (Sister (in-law))
E-mail (Sister (in-law))
 
Brother (in-law) & Sister (in-law) w/ Maiden Name
Street Address
City, State, Zip
Number (Home)
Number (Brother (in-law))
E-mail (Brother (in-law))
Number (Sister (in-law))
E-mail (Sister (in-law))
 
Brother (in-law) & Sister (in-law) w/ Maiden Name
Street Address
City, State, Zip
Number (Home)
Number (Brother (in-law))
E-mail (Brother (in-law))
Number (Sister (in-law))
E-mail (Sister (in-law))
 
Other Family information:
Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins
these could be people that live close by,
or even close friends that would be able
to help in an emergency.
                                                                                                                                                            
 
How am I using these?
I grabbed an envelope, and I folded these up and put them in a front pocket of our back packs that had nothing else in them.  I would also suggest putting the money in them that we talked about in Part 2.  Seal the envelope (that way you know if it’s been tampered with), and then you’re good to go.
 
Why have these in our kits?
There are great in case you need vital information on the spot, or if someone is separated  then they have that information, and can be helped and guided back to your family as needed.  I’m also aware that there may be no way to get a hold of family via phone/e-mail.  However, we never know when or why we might be using them, and if it’s a local problem, then we can have that information on hand.
 
 
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10 thoughts on “72 Hour Kits: Part 3

  1. thevisitingteacher

    I don’t understand why the maiden name is used for the emergency sheets. That almost seems like it would get more confusing during a time of emergency. Can you explain your reasoning?

    1. Kara @ Simplistically Sassy

      For mine I just have my First name, Maiden Name, Last name … so I have all three listed. Not just my first and maiden. I just have it there as a reference. Some people have it on the SS cards and such as their “offical name” or to help identify other relatives, etc. It’s just how I did it. I did do my last name though, not just my maiden name. I hope that helps.

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  3. Bev

    Hello – great series on being prepared. One thing that would help, and you may have already thought of this, would be to put the sealed envelope inside a ziplock plastic bag. If the backpack/bag gets wet then the information (and cash) will be dry. 🙂

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