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World Stroke Day is October 29

by seylerj on October 19, 2014

Worldwide, one in six people will have a stroke in their lifetime. On October 29, we come together to recognize the impact strokes have on everyone with World Stroke Day. The campaign, established by the World Stroke Organization in 2006, helps spread awareness of the risks, prevalence and action steps for strokes. This and every

Five Tips for Caregiving after a Hip Replacement

by seylerj on October 10, 2014

Major fractures and subsequent surgeries can lead to a new way of life for entire families. Worldwide, eight million people suffer from osteoporosis related fractures each year. Hip fractures in particular can be serious injuries that require replacement surgery and extensive recovery time. Here are some tips for caregivers to help make recovery from a

Halloween Safety Tips for Seniors

by seylerj on October 1, 2014

Although Halloween is often thought as a children’s holiday, it can be fun for all ages. Safety is extremely important for everyone, though. Poor lighting, scary masks and practical jokes can add up to a senior’s worst nightmare. While it’s important to continue celebrating holidays and enjoying traditions, ensure that your senior loved ones are

Choosing the Right Medical Alarm Company

by seylerj on September 22, 2014

If you fall or have a medical emergency while at home alone, it may be difficult to get assistance. This is particularly true if you are over the age of 65. A personal emergency response system (PERS) provides easy access to emergency medical services at the push of a button. It is an ideal option

Do you research when choosing a medical alarm?

by seylerj on September 16, 2014

“Which device should I choose?”It seems like a simple question, but selecting the best medical alert device and company to keep your loved ones safe can be tough. It may seem like a costly step at first, but it is a priceless decision when all is said and done. Installing a medical alarm system allows

Recognize the signs that someone you know may need a medical alert system

by seylerj on September 11, 2014

We encounter people who are going through hardships every day. They may be family members, friends, co-workers or even strangers. One of the most universal struggles is aging and its affect on entire families. If you know someone who is navigating the aging process, here are some signs that they could use a medical alert

The Number of Seniors Living into their Nineties is Increasing

by seylerj on September 4, 2014

A century ago, the U.S. census reported that there were 100,000 Americans who were aged 90 or older. However, the past century has seen drastic changes to medicine, agriculture, and transportation. The discovery of antibiotics, the development of medical treatments, the expanding variety of fruits and vegetables available year round, and many other positive changes

Which type of phone service is best for a medical alarm?

by seylerj on September 1, 2014

When considering purchasing a medical alert system, it is important that you choose one that is compatible with your home phone service provider. As technology advances, the options available become vast and tend to be a bit confusing. Below is a simple outline of the types of service available and how they work with our

Solutions to Help an Elderly Family Member

by seylerj on August 27, 2014

As senior citizens begin to slow down as a natural consequence to aging, many would rather stay in their own homes rather than a nursing home. Who can blame them? Nothing compares with the comforts of home where countless memories fill every room. The reality is that as seniors age they become more dependent on

Lockboxes can help save lives… and money

by seylerj on August 26, 2014

The need for security is at an all-time high, especially at home. Ensuring our families are safe from outside dangers is a top priority. But what happens when loved ones cannot escape the dangers inside their own homes. Despite our best intentions, accidents happen. If someone who has experienced a medical emergency is locked inside,