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A children's bracelet (photo) with contact and medical information promises peace of mind for Australian parents this summer

Revealed: the device that every parent needs to keep their children safe this summer – and it only costs $ 12

  • A children's bracelet is sold on eBay for $ 12
  • The bracelet contains contact numbers and important medical information
  • It is designed to show everyone who finds a lost child that they should contact immediately
  • The strap is made of waterproof Velcro, which makes it difficult for children to pull off
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Parents can keep their children safe this summer thanks to a new children's bracelet with contact information and medical information in case the child gets lost.

The safety belt, which costs $ 12 off eBay Australia, includes personal information, including name, contact number and information about allergies, disabilities and medication requirements.

The device is made of waterproof Velcro, making it difficult for children to leave and promises & # 39; peace of mind & # 39; for parents who take their children to busy places.

A children's bracelet (photo) with contact and medical information promises peace of mind for Australian parents this summer

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A children's bracelet (photo) with contact and medical information promises peace of mind for Australian parents this summer

Available at eBay Australia for $ 12, the safety straps tell strangers exactly who to call if the child wanders

Available at eBay Australia for $ 12, the safety straps tell strangers exactly who to call if the child wanders

Available at eBay Australia for $ 12, the safety straps tell strangers exactly who to call if the child wanders

The bracelets are available in red and blue and are adjustable in size to cater for children of all ages, from babies to pre-teens.

They are also designed for adults with disabilities, including autism, epilepsy and dementia.

In September, The Today Show used a staged experiment to show how easily children can be persuaded to leave a playground with a stranger.

How you can prevent your child from straying

1. Keep them busy: Keep the conversation going as you go out with younger children, teach them about new things they see and experience to keep them interested.

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2. Explain the dangers: Tell children about the danger of just crossing roads and talking to strangers. Explain how mum and dad get sad.

3. Consider a harness: Many parents use a cable for toddlers so that you have constant contact with and control over your child.

4. Choose your battles: Children love to explore and play themselves. Get the best of both worlds by loosening them in safe spaces where you can keep an eye on them and keeping them in a pram or buggy in busy, hectic areas.

Source: Stay At Home Mum Australia

Former police officer Brett Lee pretended to have lost his dog and asked seven-year-old Georgia Cooke to help him find him.

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& # 39; Just come and help me, good of you! & # 39; Lee raided the girl who willingly jumped off the play pen to go with him.

The scene was broadcast on the Today Show as a warning for parents to teach their children more about & # 39; stranger danger & # 39 ;.

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