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About the TIKE sticker program
The Ohio Council of the National Association of Insurance Women International contacted OII in 2003 seeking co-sponsorship of its TIKE (Toddler Info Kept for Emergencies) program. TIKE is a child safety seat sticker that provides identifying information to emergency personnel should an accident disable the adults riding in the vehicle. These bright neon green stickers include the child's emergency contact and medical information.
On the back of the sticker is the following story, which serves as the basis of the program. It reads:
'In 1995 a six-month old boy was involved in a head-on traffic collision while riding with a relative. The driver was left unconscious and the boy suffered a life-threatening head injury that required immediate surgery. Police did not know the child's identity and were only able to trace his parents because an address book was located in the wreckage. Valuable time was lost due to this delay. The boy was airlifted to a nearby hospital for emergency brain surgery. He has since fully recovered. This sticker is to be placed on the bottom of your child's car seat to assist emergency personnel in identifying your child should an accident occur which disables the adults in your vehicle.'
TIKE stickers are available in English and Spanish/English. Quantities are free thanks to the generosity of OII members.
To date, OII has distributed well over a half-million stickers across Ohio, around the country and around the world.
They're available to parents, safety groups, medical practitioners, childcare operators, fire stations, local police and fire departments, EMS divisions, hospitals, insurance companies, businesses, schools and others sharing in OII's common interest of child safety.
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