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Finding an Electronic Medical Alert Bracelet for Your Lifestyle

by Cass Balzer

Electronic medical alert bracelets are a very popular option among alert system users. Perfect for those who don’t like the classic pendant, they inject some style and comfort into these essential devices. If you’re on the hunt for an alternative wearing option for your device, this might be what you’ve been looking for.

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Stand Out and Stay Safe with Purple Medical Alert Bracelets

by Cass Balzer

Some seniors like to keep their fashion choices on the subtler side. Others like to stand out. If you wear a medical alert system from Alert1, there’s an accessory to suit any style. But if you’d prefer your device to make a statement, our purple medical alert bracelets are the perfect choice. Silky smooth and lightweight with a vibrant purple hue, these wristbands make the perfect accessory for our more colorful members.

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For Falls, a Senior Fall Alert Bracelet or Pendant is Invaluable

by Cass Balzer

Senior fall alert bracelets and pendants are an invaluable part of any senior safety toolbox. Whether you wear a medical alert system with fall detection around your neck, on your belt, or on your wrist, these devices are designed to detect falls. Once your device recognizes a fall, it will automatically connect to the Alert1 command center to get you the help you need.

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Medical Alert Wearing Options – Pendants to Wristband Medical Alerts

by Cass Balzer

Your senior’s comfort with their medical alert device can ensure they’re wearing it during an emergency. However, it’s important to remember that not all types of medical alert systems will work for all seniors. We always recommend discussing comfort and preferences with your loved one before buying a system. How will they plan to wear it? Is the standard pendant okay, or would they prefer a wristband medical alert? There is a medical alert wearing option for all senior lifestyles – you just have to find what fits.

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Think Twice About a Medical Alert USB Bracelet

by Cass Balzer

Technology has improved countless facets of senior life. From stair lifts and wearable ECG monitors to medical alert systems, health technology has mostly served in the interest in seniors. Unfortunately, there are always a few exceptions – and medical alert USB bracelets are among them.

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Falls Happen Everywhere. Prepare Yourself with a Fall Alert Bracelet.

by Cass Balzer

A fall alert bracelet can recognize falls when they happen, then immediately call for help. The fall alert technology from Alert1 is designed to recognize the difference between normal and abnormal movements. If one of our members experiences a fall while wearing a fall detection devices, they won’t need to worry about calling an operator on their own – the pendant will do it for them.

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Emergency Alert Bracelets Can Help Preserve Independence

by Cass Balzer

While every senior can benefit from a monitored medical alert system, not everyone is ready and willing to wear an emergency alert bracelet. For many of our members, this is caused by one, or both, of the following reasons:

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Women’s Medical Alert Bracelets are Always a Good Idea

by Cass Balzer

Every senior can benefit from a medical alert bracelet. Whether used for fall detection or general accident monitoring, a medical alert system can pay dividends in comfort and longevity later in life. But, while these alerts can improve the lives of all seniors, there are a few factors that apply more directly to female bodies than to male bodies.

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Long-Term Care Facilities vs Home Care: Which is Best for Your Parent?

by Cass Balzer

At some point in the near or distant future, you will need to have an honest conversation about your parent’s care needs. Sometimes, this conversation may result in a medical alert system for in-home and on-the-go use. But when physical and social wellbeing degrades, considering alternative living options becomes crucial to senior health.

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How Do ADT® Medical Pendants Stack Up Against Alert1?

by Cass Balzer

If you’re shopping around for medical alert systems, you’re likely familiar with the ADT® pendant. The company’s “Medical Alert Basic,” their simplest package, looks a lot like the at-home Alert1 system. It includes a home station, a pendant button, and a watch button. Press the button on any device to be connected, through your landline, to a monitoring center. The basics look very similar to Alert1, but there are a few key differences you should know about.

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