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Medical Alert Systems

We offer 3 different medical alert systems with flexible payment plans and lots of options.

Landline (MDX)

Loud. Dependable. Portable.

from

$19.95

per month, with annual plan

  • LANDLINE PHONE REQUIRED
  • PLUGS INTO YOUR PHONE LINE
  • NO ACTIVATION FEES
  • NO EQUIPMENT FEES
  • NO LONG TERM CONTRACT
  • 600 FT RANGE
  • WATERPROOF HELP BUTTON
  • LIFETIME PRICE GUARANTEE
  • FALL DETECTION
  • AVAILABLE ADD-ONS

Cellular (MDX)

Loud. Dependable. Portable.

from

$29.95

per month, with annual plan

  • NO LANDLINE PHONE REQUIRED
  • AT&T NATIONAL NETWORK
  • NO ACTIVATION FEES
  • NO EQUIPMENT FEES
  • NO LONG TERM CONTRACT
  • 600 – 1,000 FT RANGE
  • WATERPROOF HELP BUTTON
  • LIFETIME PRICE GUARANTEE
  • FALL DETECTION
  • AVAILABLE ADD-ONS

Sky

Completely Portable w/GPS

from

$39.95

per month, with annual plan

  • NO LANDLINE PHONE REQUIRED
  • AT&T NATIONWIDE NETWORK INCLUDED
  • NO ACTIVATION FEES
  • NO EQUIPMENT FEES
  • NO LONG TERM CONTRACT
  • SMALL AND LIGHTWEIGHT
  • EXTENDED BATTERY LIFE
  • LIFETIME PRICE GUARANTEE
  • FALL DETECTION
  • AVAILABLE ADD-ONS

Medical Alert SystemsMedical alert systems allow you to press a wearable call button and connects you with a dispatcher who can contact emergency help or a friend or family member. These systems not only offer reassurance to those who need it, but a strong level of comfort to their friends and loved ones.

“Anyone who is at risk of falling or having a medical emergency” may benefit from such a device, says Leah Bellman, M.S., an occupational therapist and a healthcare process improvement analyst with Commonwealth Care Alliance in Boston, Mass.

Falls are an increasing health issue among seniors. Seniors are at a greater risk of falling during their daily activities than their younger counterparts. Vision impairments, hearing and balance deterioration, medications and general weakness can combine with external and environmental factors which put seniors in danger of falling and injuring themselves, potentially needing emergency medical help, possibly hospitalization.

A senior’s health is a major factor in falls, along with other associated factors such as medication taken and recent surgeries. Environmental challenges related to the loss of strength and balance as people age also make falls more likely, and some demographic factors also contribute.

Notable Statistics:

  • Every 11 seconds, an older adult is medically treated for a fall.
  • According to the National Council on Aging, one in four Americans over the age of 65 falls each year.
  • In 2014, American seniors experienced 29 million falls, resulting in 7 million injuries.
  • Every 19 minutes, an older adult dies from a fall

* source National Council for Aging Care 

Fortunately, medical alert systems now exist, and can help seniors get immediate help upon a fall. With several options, add-ons and technology, such as wireless data and GPS, the risk is greatly mitigated. Children have GPS devices and trackers on their phones, so should older loved ones. Reduce the worry with a medical alert system.