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Remote Monitoring for Senior Health

Joe lives alone. He’s 72 years old and a widow. Retired, he spends as much time in the garden as possible. He also enjoys cooking, visiting with neighbors, and seeing his grandchildren when they

Alarm Necklaces for Seniors

Alarm necklaces for medical alert systems may all look the same, but do not be fooled; they can be quite different. They can perform various functions depending on their design and their purpose. The

Different Types of Emergency Call Buttons

Every aspect of your medical alert system is crucial, from the base unit to the folks at the central monitoring facility. However an often overlooked, but vital, cog in the system is the emergency call

Alert 1 Medical Alert System

We have reviewed the medical alert system from Alert 1 before, and we walked away quite impressed with its service. But in the ever-changing medical alert world, it is time to take a renewed

Medical Alert Button: Crucial Equipment

Every piece of equipment connected to your medical alert system is important, from the base unit to its backup batteries. But perhaps the most important is your medical alert button; after all, if there

Seniors vs. Medical Alert Necklaces

There are many seniors who simply refuse to buy a medical alert system. Some cite cost, which is completely understandable. But others give a baffling reason; they just do not want to be seen

Vast Array of Medical Alert Devices

A medical alert system is only as good as the equipment behind it. Here are the medical alert devices that comprise your alarm system, that are called into action in the event you are hit

Taking a Medical Alert Anywhere You Go

New medical alert buttons and devices allow seniors to have the peace of mind that they can bring a medical alert bracelet or necklace anywhere they go.  Medical alert buttons including small bracelets or

Different Types of Medical Alert Buttons

Perhaps the most integral parts of medical alert systems are the medical alert buttons that seniors always wear. After all, if there is a medical emergency that renders a person immobile and they cannot
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