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Finding The Best Medical Alert Systems for You

Choosing the best medical alert systems for your needs depends on your activity level

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Advances in modern medicine have helped retirees to stay healthy enough to go on living at home longer than ever before, and this means they also enjoy a higher level of activity. The only problem with elderly people continuing to living alone is that they are particularly at risk for accidents that include falling, a home invasion or a fire. Fortunately, acquiring one of the best medical alert systems for their circumstances increases the safety of an aging parent while living alone.

Several decades ago grandparents often moved in with one of their children rather than live alone, but both parents of modern families often work full-time. This means that Grandma or Grandpa would be spending several hours a day alone, so an accident could clearly present a serious health risk. Many families feel their best course of action is to purchase one of the best medical alert systems available, ensuring their loved one is able to call for help immediately if needed. The specific needs of a senior should be identified before the right medical alert system can be purchased.


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Traditional In-Home Medical Alert Systems


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When medical alert systems were originally developed, the systems were for in-home use only. While these systems have likely saved many seniors who needed help when an in-home emergency occurred, the initial expense and long-term contract was a concern for many. The best medical alert systems available today offer automatic fall protection from a small, wearable alert device. Some of these systems work through a traditional land line, but this limitation is not an issue for seniors with severe limited mobility. One important consideration is that automatic fall detection is essential for elderly people with severe hearing loss.

With an in-home medical alert system, you'll have a wearable button (on the wrist or around your neck) and a 2-way voice speakerphone console.  When you press the medical alert button, the console will call our emergency response center.  You'll speak with an EMT/EMD-Certified operator who will ask if you need help, and will dispatch help in an emergency.   We'll then notify your contact list of friends, family, caregivers that help has been sent by calling them and sending text messages to their cell phones.

Portable and Mobile Medical Alert Systems


Modern medical alert systems use technology that allow the devices to operate on GPS technology, so more active seniors are protected wherever cellular service is available. Most of these alert devices are waterproof and offer fall detection with no monthly contract and minimal service charges. The best medical alert systems offer several layers of protection at home and away, and caretakers can choose who should be called in case of an emergency.

Our mobile medical alert systems with GPS also come with a smartphone app for family members.  It allows them to see the device location, receive notifications, and help locate the medical alert device if it's misplaced or lost.

Seniors who wish to lead an active lifestyle with greater independence can do so without causing undue worry to their loved ones. Seniors and their families have the ability to choose the medical alert system best suited to their needs whatever their level of physical ability or living arrangements.

Choose the best medical life alert system for your needs, and get the peace of mind needed to live independently at home. If you're still unsure, read thru these actual emergency call transcripts to see what really happens when someone presses the button.

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