Michelle Boucher has an extensive 20 year background in health care and volunteer work encompassing several years as a certified dental assistant in Vancouver, and as a former medical administrator at The Toronto Hospital and The Hospital for Sick Children. Working with youth groups, camps, and fundraisers has also added valuable experience and exposure to the needs of various ages.
Through extensive patient interactions over the years, with health history being a pertinent discussion, it became apparent that many people have conditions or allergies and do not wear any form of notification. Medical alert bracelets save lives! Dedicated to educating the importance of this aspect in our daily routines, we strive to make this part of your life affordable, attractive, discreet, and most of all, a priority for all ages. Whether you are young, elderly, male, female, active, or require elegance, we have a style of medical ID jewelry for every need.
Michelle's family has been touched with several health issues; she was diagnosed with asthma at the age of 21, followed by her mother and sister shortly afterwards. In 1999, her father was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease and the following year her mother developed diabetes. As well, her husband has an allergy to penicillin.
It has been an enjoyable endeavor creating a new look for the traditional medical ID bracelet. A $1 donation to the Parkinson Society will be made in recognition of each beaded bracelet that is purchased. Our family thanks you for your interest and support!
For groups and organizations interested in orchestrating fundraising projects, Beading Hearts is a valuable, effective, and reliable source. We strive to make this an easy process for you and the success of your project. Please contact us for full details so we can customize the product selection for your specific needs.