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Tips for Living on a Fixed Income

If you are retired or otherwise out of work, you’re likely living on a fixed income. This means you receive funds each month, typically from the government and in a set amount. This can be Social Security benefits, a pension, or unemployment payments.

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The Best Video Games for Seniors and Nursing Home Residents

The number of Americans over 50 who play video games has increased significantly in recent years. Video games are booming in older age groups, with research finding these games more popular among older women than older men.

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The Truth Behind Recurring Medical Alert Prices

A medical alert system is an investment. When you purchase a one of these systems, you are paying for an emergency service – not just a piece of equipment.

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How to Budget for Medical Alert System Costs

A medical alert system is a service that incurs a monthly cost. Foregoing this type of emergency safeguard is never an option, but we understand that taking on an additional expense can be difficult.

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How to Personalize a Medical Alert System with Products and Services

Just because you or a family member has reached a point where a medical alert button makes sense to protect your health and your current living situation doesn’t mean you know exactly what type of system is right for you.

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Device Accessories: Pendants, Necklaces, Bracelets, Wristbands & Belts

No matter what accessory you choose, our medical alert devices are all convenient, secure and wearable. Our home pendant and wristband alert buttons are small (one inch long by a half inch wide) and lightweight (less than 2 ounces).

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Let Alert1 Help You Respond to Cold, Flu, and Coronavirus Symptoms

Most everybody including seniors are evaluating every cough, sniffle, and scratch at the back of the throat and asking themselves: Is this a symptom of coronavirus?

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Shortness of Breath: Another Reason to Have an Alert1 Medical Device

If you’ve ever had difficulty breathing, you’ve experienced shortness of breath. Known medically as dyspnea, the experience often includes feeling an intense tightness in the chest while having the sensation of suffocating.

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Tips to Live Sustainably: A Senior’s Guide to Going Green

Living sustainably isn’t as difficult as it may seem. Follow these tips for a greener home and life.

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You’re Not Alone: How to Overcome the Holiday Blues

Holidays are supposed to be a time of joy and cheer. But what if you dread the holidays? Avoid the holiday blues with these tips.

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