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Join Alert1 for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

by Miles Abadilla

June 15 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Join Alert1 in raising awareness to prevent elder abuse.

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Lockbox: Why Do Seniors Need One?

by Tracy Layden

What is a lockbox, and why do you need one? Learn why a lockbox is important to get you help fast without damage to your front door.

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Learn a Foreign Language for Better Senior Mental Health

by Miles Abadilla

Fight the onset of dementia and learn a foreign language. Bettering your mental health is just one of many benefits. Bettering your mental health is just one of many benefits.

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Aging in Place Inspiration: 4 Famous Accomplishments Made Late in Life

by Tracy Layden

Aging in place allows you to pursue your dreams. For inspiration, here are 4 people who achieved wild success in new pursuits in their golden years.

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Susan’s Alert1 Story: Medical Alert Systems Saving Lives

by Shayne Fitz-Coy

Susan’s story shows outstanding member care that Alert1 provides and earns our high ratings with Consumer Affairs and the Better Business Bureau.

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Fall Detection for Seniors: Why Did Alert1 Change Its Stance?

by Tracy Layden

Fall detection medical alerts have long been controversial. Learn why Alert1 has changed its stance on fall detection.

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7 Activities to Keep You Moving for Senior Day

by Miles Abadilla

May 28th, 2014 is Senior Health and Fitness Day. Join thousands of seniors and get your blood pumping!

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What Are The Benefits of Having a Medical Alert?

by Tracy Layden

The AARP® has highly recommended medical alert systems to its members. Learn about the AARP’s one caveat and how Alert1 is addressing it.

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How Healthy Are Seniors in Your State?

by Miles Abadilla

The United Health Foundation’s 2014 report ranked senior health by U.S. state. Where is your state on the ranking list?

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Long Term Care vs. Alert1 Medical Alarms

by Tracy Layden

Traditional senior care options can be expensive and emotionally taxing. A medical alert system should be the first step in your senior care plan.

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