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At Alert1, we want to help you age in place like you deserve. Get protection and peace of mind with a medical alert system. Call us at 866-581-4540 or read on to learn how a medical alert can keep you safe 24/7. Questions about aging in place and how to age independently? Use the list below to find your local Area Agency on Aging. Your local specialist can give you personalized advice.

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How Can A Medical Alert System Help Me Age In Place?

A medical alert system provides you with a quick and easy way to get help in an emergency - when seconds count the most. Aging in place is the idea of staying independent in your home for as long as possible. If you want to stay independent but are at risk for falls, then a medical alert system is perfect for you.

A medical alert system is an unobtrusive piece of technology that you wear around your neck or around your wrist. If you need help, you simply press the button to be connected to the Alert1 Command Center. We will come on the line to speak with you, and we can send you personalized help.

How Does A Medical Alert System Work?


1. Press
Your 100% waterproof help button will get you help for any type of emergency, big or small, 24/7
2. Respond
A US-based operator from one of our two Command Centers come on the line to assist you in seconds. Even if you cannot speak– we follow the procedures set up ahead of time to make sure you get 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 Are The Different Types Of Medical Alert Systems?

Alert1 offers several different types of medical alert systems so that you can pick the one that is best suited to your needs.

For protection in your home, our home medical alert system has you covered. With 600 feet of range from the base station, a waterproof pendant, and a 24-hour backup battery in the base station, your home will stay a safe place for you to live.

If you are at risk for falling, you can upgrade to our fall detection medical alert. This pendant automatically detects falls. If it senses that you have fallen, it immediately calls the Alert1 Command Center to get you help fast.

For protection on the go, our mobile medical alert uses 911 technology for location accuracy. That means we can send help directly to your location, no matter where you are.

With every Alert1 medical alert, you get 24/7 protection, technical support, and unlimited button presses. We are dedicated to keeping you safe so that you can live your life independently.

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What Are Connecticut Area Agencies On Aging?

Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) are the hub of aging information in your Connecticut city. These aging specialists can help you find other resources in your area to complement your medical alert system. Use the list below to find the AAA in your area.

Connecticut Area Agencies on Aging

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Agency on Aging

Bridgeport

Southwestern Connecticut Agency on Aging

Waterbury

Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging

New Haven

Agency on Aging of South Central Connecticut

Hartford

North Central Area Agency on Aging

Norwich

Senior Resources Agency on Aging

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