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Fall Alert Pendants are the Most Effective Medical Alert Systems

by Cass Balzer

Seniors use medical alert systems for a variety of reasons. Whether you’ve had a previous accident or want to feel more comfortable living independently, medical alert systems are beneficial for most people over 65 years old. However, falls comprise a large proportion of senior accidents.

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How to Shop for Emergency Pendants for Seniors

by Cass Balzer

We know that emergency pendants for seniors can be tough to shop for. There are a lot of add-on services to consider, and the added costs may make you second-guess whether your need. Rest assured that Alert1 has a pendant option for most budgets and lifestyles.

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Medical Alarm Pendants & Medical Alert Pendants, What’s the Difference?

by Cass Balzer

There are a few ways to summon help in an emergency. The first and most effective is to use a medical alert pendant to contact a call center. Another strategy is to make a lot of noise, hopefully attracting the attention of a passerby.

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Tips for Thanksgiving Travel & Keeping Seniors Safe

by Matt Myers

COVID-19 cases have been increasing across the US for the past few weeks and are, as of this posting, at an all-time high. Thanksgiving is less two weeks away, and, for many, this is the most important family holiday of the year -- one that many don't intend to skip. To that end, many of us will travel to and gather with people who are most vulnerable to the virus, namely seniors.

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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 Do I Age in Place? A Medical Alert System Can Help.

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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The Fall Risk from Diabetes 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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