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  • Title: Yellow dot Illinois.org
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Training Resources.. Got the DOT? (FAQ's).. Testimonials.. Where can I get my DOT?.. Contact Us.. Media.. PSA's.. Printable Material.. Traffic Safety Home.. This page is best viewed with Internet Explorer..

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  • Title: Yellow dot Illinois .org
    Descriptive info: Training Resources.. Click.. here.. if you have problems opening this video..

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  • Title: Yellow dot Illinois .org
    Descriptive info: Got the DOT? FAQ’s.. Q - Where do I go for a Yellow Dot kit?.. A - Your local County Health Department.. See List.. Q - What is included in a Yellow Dot kit?.. A - Yellow Dot car decal, yellow medical card & instructional tri-fold.. Q - Can I fill out a yellow medical card for passengers in my vehicle?.. A - Absolutely.. You should complete a yellow  ...   a specific medical need (i.. e.. medical allergy, diabetic, heart problems).. Q - Are medical cards for adults only?.. A - No, they are for anyone with a medical need.. The information on the card can be beneficial to first responders regardless of age.. Q - Where does the Yellow Dot decal go on my car?.. A - In the rear-facing windshield, on the lower corner behind the driver..

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  • Title: Yellow dot Illinois .org
    Descriptive info: "Please check back soon.. "..

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  • Title: Yellow dot Illinois .org
    Descriptive info: For additional information on the program and for Distribution Centers wanting to order additional materials, please.. click here.. Marianne F.. Hankins.. OTSD, PROM & Yellow Dot Coordinator.. Illinois Department of Transportation.. Division of Traffic Safety.. 1340 N.. 9th Street.. Springfield, Illinois 62702.. Ofc: (217)558-2497..

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  • Title: Yellow dot Illinois .org
    Descriptive info: IDOT-YellowDot Program Kickoff.. DuPage County Health Department Encourages Residents to Participate in YellowDot Program.. IDOT Yellow Dot Program in the news.. www.. yellowdotillinois.. org/Media.. aspx.. jefferson.. kfvs12.. com.. morrisdailyherald.. galesburg.. wjbdradio.. com.. starcourier.. wjbc.. qconline..

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  • Title: Yellow dot Illinois .org
    Descriptive info: PSA.. YellowDot PSA..

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  • Title: Yellow dot Illinois .org
    Descriptive info: Printable Material.. Yellowdot Informational Brochure.. Yellowdot Poster - 1.. Yellowdot Poster - 2.. Medical Information Card.. (.. please print on yellow paper or on yellow cardstock to be identifiable for First Responders.. )..

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  • Title: Yellow dot Illinois .org
    Descriptive info: State of Illinois.. Pat Quinn, Governor.. Illinois Department of Transportation.. Ann L.. Schneider, Secretary.. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACTS:.. November 22, 2011 Guy Tridgell 312.. 814.. 4693 (IDOT).. Josh Kauffman 217.. 558.. 0517 (IDOT).. IDOT Unveils Life-Saving Yellow Dot Program.. Program Provides Emergency Responders with Crucial Medical Information to Help Crash Victims; Agencies Partner to Boost Awareness.. CHICAGO.. - The Illinois Department of Transportation today unveiled the Illinois Yellow Dot program, a life-saving, traffic safety initiative that provides first responders with critical information to improve emergency care for persons involved in vehicle crashes.. IDOT along with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), Illinois Department of Aging (IDOA) and county health departments across the state are working together to increase awareness of the voluntary, federally funded program, and provide distribution centers and information for interested residents.. “Roadway safety is always a top priority at IDOT, and the Yellow Dot program can help improve roadway safety by providing first responders the crucial medical information they need to treat injuries and save lives, beginning at the scene of a crash,” said Acting Transportation Secretary Ann Schneider.. “This important program gives IDOT and our partners another important way to improve our exceptional record on traffic safety.. I encourage all motorists to participate in this unique and effective program, which could make the difference between life and death for individuals involved in crashes.. ”.. Because the first hour following an injury is the most crucial, the Yellow Dot program provides essential personal health information to emergency responders in order to promptly care for  ...   a lifeline to alert first responders of crucial medical information which can help the victims who may be unable to communicate at the crash site or may have forgotten to share the information.. Yellow Dot participants are supplied with a simple, bright yellow decal for their car and a corresponding yellow folder.. The decal is placed in a conspicuous and consistent place – in the lower left-hand corner of the rear window, driver’s side.. The yellow dot signifies there is a folder in the glove compartment containing the following medical information about the motorists: participant’s name, close-up photo, emergency contact information, patient’s physician information, medical conditions, recent surgeries, allergies and a list of current medications.. Having access to this information allows first responders to make important decisions regarding emergency treatment and can better prepare emergency hospital staff in the receiving room.. “Time is critical in an emergency situation.. If paramedics and emergency medical workers know what medications a person is taking, if the person has allergies or a chronic condition, they can make better decisions about treatment,” said Acting IDPH Director Dr.. Craig Conover.. “Delaying treatment can mean the difference between life and death in some cases.. Something as simple as having your medical information on a yellow card in your glove compartment can potentially make a big difference in the emergency care you receive.. The.. program, funded by the U.. S.. Department of Transportation, was originally introduced in Connecticut in 2002.. For more information on the program and to find a distribution center near you, visit.. org..

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