Lifeline Personal Data Organizer

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The Lifeline Personal Data Organizer

As a Subscriber to the GettingSafer ID Protection Service, you will receive notification as soon as The Lifeline Personal Data Organizer forms become available in a fillable format.

These forms make it easy to get all your personal information organized, be updated when required and have everything available at short notice in the event of an emergency.

TO BEGIN:

  • Preview the forms and make a note of anything you’re unable to answer immediately.
  • Print each form, enter your appropriate answers and follow the storage recommendations at the end of each form.
  • You could also scan your completed forms and save to the cloud.
  • It’s advisable to grant permission for a loved one or a professional to access your Lifeline Personal Data Organizer. By doing so, in an emergency or in the event of your incapacity or you can no longer communicate, your legal, financial and other information is known, and there would be no need to guess where or whether you have certain possessions or what you would have wished.

THE LIFELINE PERSONAL DATA ORGANIZER FORMS


1. Personal & Family Information -

The information you enter in this form would be essential in an emergency. Once completed it will save time or avoid trying to recover any documents that may have been destroyed.


2. Personal Medical Information  for Emergencies -

This is a short version of your Medical History that would be useful at a hospital in an emergency.


3. Insurance Information -

This form documents all your insurance policy information. Make arrangements so it can  be retrieved when needed by a loved one or your attorney.


4. Personal Medical History -

This extensive form will contain all your personal medical history. Keep it up-to-date as these details can be vital for correct treatment or in an emergency medical situation.


5. Generational (Family) Medical History -

Use this questionnaire to record as much of your generational family medical information as you can gather. It’s now known that many health problems can be hereditary, so seek as much information as possible from close family members. The result of this work could prove life-saving.


6. Financial Information Questionnaire -

This form is designed to allow you to catalog all your financial information. You should keep details up-to-date so it’s accurate in case of fire, flood or any catastrophic event.


7. Vehicle Information -

This easy to complete form relates to the ownership of a vehicle. It can prove handy to have diving license, registration, and insurance numbers, along with details of the vehicle and its title secure and accessible.


8. Travel Information -

This form contains helpful information when someone is traveling away from home or could be required in an emergency. The itinerary details should be given, for safety, to a trusted person when you travel so it is known where you are, or where you should be.


9 Home Location Form -

This is information you’d give to a babysitter or someone in charge.  If you’re out and there’s an emergency, police or other personnel will need this information. Make sure the details are correct and a copy of the form can be easily accessed.


10. Major Emergency Contacts Telephone List -

This is a simple list of key contacts if needed in an emergency situation.


11. Lesser Emergencies Contacts List -

A list of phone numbers so professionals, family members or close friends can be reached.


12. Home Maintenance Contacts List -

A convenient list that should be kept updated so maintenance professionals can be reached quickly.


13. Warranties List -

This template should be used to record details of warranties for products in your home.


14. Pet Information -

Your pet is part of your family so enter your pet’s details and medical history that could be retrieved when needed, or in an emergency. If you have more than one pet, make additional copies of this blank form to complete.


15. Emergency Contacts List for Children and Seniors -

This special illustrated list makes the information easy for children or seniors to understand and use.


16. Emergencies Information Sheet -

This form provides vital information if someone needs to reach you, a hospital or pharmacy in an emergency.


17. Emergency Phone Number Card -

This wallet sized card has important numbers that you should carry at all times. You should have this information in your phone too.


18. Pet Care Card -

With this information in your wallet, emergency personnel will be alerted that you have a pet that will need to be looked after.

 

LIFELINE PERSONAL DATA ORGANIZER FORMS ARE FROM ‘LIFELINE’ BY RICHARD WATSON

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