Alabama Medical Alert Systems

Alabama

Alabama is home to sprawling plains, sandy beaches, and scenic mountains. There are countless reasons to love the southern lifestyle, and it’s not only the delicious barbeque. Museums and cultural opportunities are abundant in Huntsville and there is no lack of things to do in “the magic city” of Birmingham. Entertainment, shopping, dining and culture are at every corner.

Alert1 is a nationwide company, and we are dedicated to keeping the residents of Alabama safe. 

What Is A Medical Alert System?

At Alert1, we want to help you age in place like you deserve. Our medical alert systems will get you help when you need it.

A medical alert system is a button you wear around your neck or wrist. When you need help, you press the button. You will immediately be connected to the Alert1 Command Center, where a trained operator will come on the line to assist you. If you need help, they will send you whomever you need. That help could be 911, your neighbor, or your nearby family member - you choose your personalized Circle of Care when you sign up.

We will stay on the line with you until we know you are safe. Our operators are trained to help you with any emergency. Their calm, comforting voice will stay with you until your responders arrive.

1. Press

1. Press

Your 100% showerproof help button will get you help for any type of emergency, big or small, 24/7

2. Connect

2. Connect

A US-based operator from one of our two Command Centers come on the line to assist you. Even if you cannot speak– we follow the procedures set up ahead of time to make sure you get help

3. Send Help

3. Send Help

We stay on the line with you until help arrives so that you are never alone. We reduce worry by notifying your family members, neighbors or doctors

What Types Of Medical Alert Systems Are There?

Alert1 provides medical alert systems of all types. You can personalize your coverage whether you are at home or on the go.

Our home medical alert system will keep you safe in and around the home. They have a coverage of 600 feet - that's the length of two football fields. When you press your button, a trained operator will come on the line through the base station to assist you.

For even more protection, you can upgrade to fall detection. Our fall detection medical alert automatically contacts the Alert1 Command Center if you fall. 

For quick access to help wherever you go, check out the Kelsi Mobile Medical Alert button. Kelsi goes wherever you do. If you out and about and need help but don't know where you are, we use 911 location services to locate you. The button is self-contained, there is no base station required. It is perfect to take with you anywhere you go so that you are always protected.

For more information about how medical alert systems can support your aging in place plan, give us a call at 1-866-581-4540 or you can order online.

Where Is My Local Alabama Agency On Aging?

Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) are your local Alabama experts on aging. They are dedicated to helping older Americans and their caregivers to live independently and with dignity. We partner with Arizona's AAAs to provide you with the best possible service. Below you will find a list of providers in Alabama who can answer any aging in place questions you may have. 

Where Is My Local Arizona Agency on Aging?

Alabama Area Agencies on Aging

City

Agency on Aging

Muscle Shoals
Northwest Alabama Council of Local Governments/ Dept. of Aging Services
Northport
West Alabama Regional Commission
Atmore
Poarch Creek Indians: Senior Services Department
Dothan
Southern Alabama Regional Council on Aging
Opelika
Lee-Russell Council of Governments
Anniston
East Alabama Area Aging and Disability Resource Center
Montgomery
South Central Alabama Development Commission Area Agency on Aging
Camden
Alabama-Tombigbee Regional Commission, Area Agency on Aging
Birmingham
Jefferson County Council on Aging
Mobile
South Alabama Regional Planning Commission
Decatur
North Central Alabama Regional Councils of Governments
Calera
Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging