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What’s Cookin’? The Best of Alert1’s Senior-Friendly Recipes

by Sonja Wright

Find out what the best Alert1 recipes are and try them yourself at home!

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How to Create a Senior Friendly Home

by Alert1

The need to create senior friendly homes is becoming increasingly important as life expectancy rises along with the higher rates of retirement.

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How Will An Alert System Help Me Age In Place?

by Alert1

Aging in place is the ability to stay in your home as long as possible as you age. Before a problem occurs, tackle it full on with these tips.

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What if My Loved One Pushes the Button and Doesn’t Respond?

by Alert1

When your loved one presses their emergency response button for elderly, or when a fall is detected, an operator will respond to help.

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Diabetes & Fall Risks for Seniors

by Alert1

Seniors with diabetes are more likely to fall. Learn the risks of diabetes and how you can live safely and independently if you have the disease.

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The Best Exercises for Seniors

by Alert1

Bodies become weaker as they age, and this increases the likelihood of experiencing an injury.

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Saving Lives: Alert1 Customer Testimonials

by Alert1

Nothing warms our hearts more than hearing of the times that we helped save the lives of our members!

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Signs That You Need to Get Your Eyes Checked

by Matt Myers

Vision changes become more common as people age. However, individuals over 60 years old should be aware of the warning signs associated with age-related eye problems.

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The Best Diets for Aging Adults

by Matt Myers

Nutritional needs change as we age. Our bodies both lose muscle and develop slower metabolisms, indicating the need for lower calorie yet nutritious foods.

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How to Recognize Senior Loneliness Before It Becomes a Problem

by Matt Myers

Though we live in an age where we can easily communicate with friends and family, humans are lonelier now than ever before. A 2018 survey found that nearly half of U.S. adults reported feelings of loneliness “sometimes” or “always".

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