Smart phones provide many safety features, including a simple way for first responders to access your emergency contact and medical Information. In your contacts, label the person you want contacted
ICE, their name and relationship to you. ICE stands for In Case of
Emergency. Example: In my case, I have my husband’s mobile number
listed as “ICE – Darrell husband”. You can add your personal medical information (allergies, medicine you are taking, your doctor’s contact
information) under Notes in your ICE contact. It is recommended that you have list two ICE contacts.
ANYONE can use your phone, activate SIRI (press and hold the Home button on the iPhone) and say, “Call ICE” – even when your phone is locked!
Here is a good website that explains this.https://rnn10.wordpress.com/2010/06/21/how-to-set-up-an-ice-contact-on-your-iphone/
Please share this with friends, family and especially with students!
The GDUI DAPP Team