Oregon Medical Alert Systems

Oregon

Oregon is a beautiful, diverse state with forests, mountains, farms and beaches. From the Columbia River, to the southern tip of the California border, Highway 101 takes you down the entire coastline to see sandy beaches, rugged cliffs and all the forestry in between. Farmer’s markets and roadside stands with incredibly fresh food are generously sprinkled throughout the area, along with over 200 wineries among the rolling hills. Crater Lake national park offers breathtaking views and snow-capped Mt. Hood, to the east, offers hiking and skiing. Oregon is a biking heaven with innovative bike paths, programs, communities and clubs, and a ton of events that encourage the use of two wheels. Take a visit to Portland to experience the quirky, modern culture. It is home to iconic coffee shops, boutiques, farm-to-table restaurants, microbreweries and a vibrant downtown.

Alert1 wants to help you enjoy beautiful Oregon safely. Our Mobile Medical Alert System will get you help when you need it, no matter where you are. Give us a call at 866-581-4540 to learn more. For other aging questions, contact your local Area Agency on Aging using our provider list below.

What Is A Medical Alert System?

At Alert1, our medical alert systems can give you protection to continue doing the activities you love. A medical alert system is a button you wear around your neck or around your wrist. If you need help, simply press the button to get help.

When you press your help button, you will be connected directly to the Alert1 Command Center. A trained operator will come on the line to speak with you. If you need help, they can send you personalized responders. When you sign up, you will create your Circle of Care - your list of responders. You can call whomever you need in an emergency, including 911, your neighbor, or your family. We will stay on the line with you until they arrive so that you always have a calming and caring person with you.

How Do Medical Alert Systems Work?

Press

Press

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

Connect

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

Send Help

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?

With Alert1 you get to customize your level of protection. We offer systems for both home and on the go.

Our home medical alert protects you in and around the home. Your help button pairs with the base station, giving you a circle of protection of 600 feet - that is the distance of two football fields!

For extra protection, you can add fall detection to your home medical alert. This advanced pendant can detect falls. If you fall, it automatically connects to the Alert1 Command Center to get you help. If you are unable to speak or if we are unable to hear you, we will make sure you get help by following the procedures you set up when you order.

The Kelsi Mobile Medical Alert allows you to be protected as you explore all that Arizona has to offer. Using cell towers and 911 location technology we can find you if you don't know where you are. Kelsi is water resistant, contains a two-way speaker, and works up to two months at a single charge Give us a call at 866-581-4540 to learn more.

Where Is My Local Oregon Agency On Aging?

Your local Oregon Area Agency On Aging (AAA) is the place to go when you have questions about your aging in place plan. The specialists at your local AAA are experts on all aspects of aging, dedicated to helping you and your loved ones age gracefully with a high quality of life. We work closely with Oregon's AAAs to help you live independently. Contact your local Area Agency on Aging to speak with a specialist.

Oregon Area Agencies on Aging

City

Agency on Aging

Salem
Northwest Senior & Disability Services
Oregon City
Clackamas County Social Services
St. Helens
Community Action Team
Portland
Multnomah County Aging and Disability Services
Hillsboro
Washington County Department of Disability, Aging and Veterans Service
Albany
Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments
Eugene
Lane Senior & Disabled Servies
Roseburg
Douglas County Senior and Disabilities Services
Coos Bay
South Coast Business Employment Corporation
Central Point
Rogue Valley Council of Governments
The Dalles
Mid-Columbia Council of Governments
Redmond
Central Oregon Council on Aging
Klamath Falls
Klamath Basin Senior Citizens Council
Pendleton
Community Action Program East Central Oregon - CAPECO
LaGrande
Community Connection of Northeast Oregon
Burns
Harney County Senior and Community Services Center
Ontario
Malheur Council on Aging & Community Services