Never Face an Emergency Alone

Alert1 offers in-home and mobile medical alert systems for seniors and others looking for the security and protection that a personal emergency button alarm provides. Our affordable, easy to use medical alert pendants, bracelets, and watches offer reliable peace of mind for you or your loved ones, 24/7/365.

With Alert1, you'll never face an emergency alone.

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How do Medical Alert Systems Work?

Alert1’s emergency button alarms come pre-programmed. Just plug in and go!

“I feel confident that when I am alone I am still protected by people who care.”

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What is the Best Medical Alert System for Seniors?

How To Choose A Medical Alert System

Alert1’s mission is to be the best medical alert company for seniors and others seeking 24/7/365 protection. What should you look for when selecting a medical alert service provider?

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Low Prices

Protect yourself or a loved one for less than half the price of Life Alert.1 No hidden fees. Free priority shipping. Best value in the industry.

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Reliable Service

Our trained agents are standing by 24/7/365. Unlike many other emergency alarm companies, we stay on the line until help arrives.

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No Long Term Contracts

We offer flexible plan options. Pay monthly or in advance—the choice is yours! Pro-rated refunds are available anytime.

Latest News for Seniors from the Alert1 Blog

Latest from the Alert1 Blog

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If you’re a senior with mobility issues, your vacation options might seem limited, but read on as we review many places where you can enjoy a great...

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Incontinence, Constipation, Ulcers and More—What Seniors Need to Know

August 09, 2022

As we get older, lots of things about our bodies change. Digestive and urinary changes for seniors may include incontinence, constipation, ulcers a...

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