medfical alert system in pa

If you’re responsible for helping an elderly or infirmed loved one maintain their independence, one of the first tasks on your list is likely to be selecting a wearable pendant medical alert system. Here’s why.

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You know exercise is good for you; in fact, you’ve likely heard that it’s good for more than keeping your heart healthy and weight under control. The evidence shows that regular exercise can actually slow the aging process at the cellular level, which could potentially add years to your life.

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Safer Seasonal Activities with Medical Alert Systems

Today’s systems are designed for seniors who like to live life on their own terms, whether that’s at home or out on the town. As long as there is cell phone coverage where they are, the system will communicate with the monitoring center if there’s a medical emergency – and yes, that includes a fall. The built-in fall detection feature makes sure of it.  

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Taking Your Medical Alert System on the Go

You don’t need to be homebound. That’s great news for many seniors, who tend to be more active today than the elderly Americans of the past. Technology has come a long way, and families can rest assured that extends to their loved ones’ medical alert systems.

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The greatest hope for most seniors is to continue to live in their home where they are most comfortable, and in the community to which they have grown accustomed. Now, thanks to technology, that hope is being realized.

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Home protection doesn’t just involve keeping intruders out: With a medical alert system, you can decrease your risk of being injured by something that happens inside the home. Keep reading to find out why you should get a medical alert system to protect you or your loved ones.

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