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    Emergencies don't just happen while you are standing by a phone: they can happen at any time and anywhere in your house. That's why the Alert1® medical alert button provides fast access to assistance with just the touch of the wearable button.


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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How does the button keep me safe?

    The Alert1 wristband meets UL guidelines and has been independently tested for performance and can be trusted during emergency situations.

    Alert1 Medical Alert Systems provides help buttons that can be worn around the wrist or neck--giving the wearer the freedom to roam up to 600 ft around the medical alarm base while still being covered. The 600 feet of coverage easily protects users in their homes and gardens.

    The help buttons are also showerproof, so seniors can have the security of fast help while in the shower, getting the mail, going into the garage, or even watering the plants in the backyard.

    How does the button work?

    The senior can push the help button in case of a fall, another type of medical emergency, or any issue requiring help from police, the fire department, friends or neighbors.

    Once the button is pressed, trained operators from a monitoring center are notified of the alarm; they then work to make sure the customer gets the help they need -- at any hour of the day or day of the week.

    Is the wrist button comfortable?

    While some companies have created large medical alarm devices that are worn on the wrist, Alert1 has focused on making its wearable help buttons as slim and discreet as possible. The button is also lightweight and feels no heavier than an average watch.

    Why use a medical alert system?

    Many seniors are reluctant to use a medical alert system because they associate these devices with being elderly or infirm. We hear many stories from our customers about their struggles to persuade their senior family members to wear their help buttons. It often took an emergency--as well as unnecessary suffering--before the elderly relative agreed to use the system. Read recent reviews on Consumer Affairs to learn about our customers’ experiences with our medical alert systems.

    The Alert1 help button on the wristband can also be used to answer incoming phone calls, meaning older adults who have a tough time getting up or moving around no longer need to risk a fall trying to answer a ringing phone.

    How do I test the wristband?

    We recommend that you test out your medical alert button throughout your home and yard, to make sure you are covered in every possible location in your home. As is the case with all medical alert devices, the range of the emergency button depends on the materials and design used in your home.

    For seniors aging in place, a wearable device that delivers assistance at the touch of a button can reduce the stress of living alone or of living with a chronic condition.


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    Jean (Dallas, TX)
    I like that it's waterproof
    Posted on 10/31/2014
    This is great!
    Jane (San Jose, CA)
    Really like how comfortable this feels. I can wear it all day long and not have to worry about it. Good to know it's there when I need it!
    Posted on 8/25/2014