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By Modern Senior Magazine
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Many seniors today would prefer to age in place in the homes they've
raised their families in, rather than move in with their children or into an
assisted living facility. Although this may be the goal for many within the
elderly community, safety must always be considered first when deciding whether
or not mom or dad is able to remain independent. There are many ways in which a
senior can live at home well into their golden years and remain safe, one of
which is to install a first alert medical system into their homes.
Access to the right help all day long, every day
Medical alarm systems are a great way to offer
seniors a chance to remain in the homes they love without the constant fear of
falling or having another kind of emergency when no one is around to get help. With a first alert system, older adults always have someone looking out for them who they
can call on for help with just the push of a button. Once an individual pushes
the help button worn around the neck or wrist, he or she will be connected first with
an Alert 1 trained emergency operator. The operator not only helps to keep the senior
calm and assess the situation, but also sends out emergency personnel
to the person's home right away if needed. While some seniors may be nervous
about calling 911 for help, or are not sure if their situation is really an emergency,
an emergency response operator can help guide the subscriber to the right help quickly, without the risk of over or under reacting to a situation.
Alert systems can help provide seniors
and their friends and families with peace of mind as they'll have added
confidence knowing someone is always available to help at any time of the
day. Alert1 is committed to delivering the most reliable services to its customers: Alert1 monitoring centers go through a
rigorous certification process each year, run by the Central Station Alarm
Association (CSAA). According to the CSAA’s official website, the
organization is committed to five points of excellence that companies must pass
to gain recognition. The CSAA runs random inspections and quality criteria to
ensure those in need during an emergency are being properly taken care of.
Easy to install
Some older adults may
be leery of installing an Alert1 alarm system into their homes because they think it
may be too difficult to figure out. However, purchasing and installing the
system is quite easy and can be done in 3 easy steps. All a person needs
is a power cord near a power outlet and a standard phone line. The system comes
with two parts - the Alert1 medical alarm console and the emergency help button, which comes
as a necklace or a wristband/bracelet. First plug the console into a power
outlet and a phone cord, then press the help button to run a test on the complete system. This will confirm that the Alert1 system is keeping you or your family member safe. If you need help setting up your system, Alert 1 technical support is available online or by phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
For the past 24 years
Alert1 has been dedicated to helping seniors continue to live safely and
independently in their own homes, even after the death of spouses or the onset of chronic health conditions. To see if
you or a family member can benefit from a medical alert system, please
take our Do I Need It? quiz to evaluate your need.