Natalie Bell solved a problem in a life-saving, creative way.

She worried about her daughter, Shae. If she were in a car accident, how would the emergency team know her daughter was deaf and couldn’t undergo an MRI, because of her cochlear implants?

This mother-of-five found a way.

Her life-saving creations are unique seat-belt covers that alert authorities to health issues or disabilities during an emergency.

The covers are only $12 or two for $20. You can get them at Personalised by Nat.

The personalized covers can be used for those with autism, dementia or even those with dextrocardia, where the heart is on the right side rather than the left.

It’s much easier to notice than a medical alert bracelet and will support emergency teams who have to make quick life-threatening decisions.

Your idea is brilliant, Natalie. Thank you for making a difference in the world.

Please share.

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