Buyer’s Guide: Choosing a Medical Alert System

Can someone ever be too careful today? While accidents and injuries can happen anywhere and anytime, they can be serious for older or physically impaired individuals. Worse, what happens when

At-Home vs. Mobile Medical Alert Systems: Key Differences

No one can ever be too safe these days—especially seniors. One misplaced step or slip can lead to an unexpected and serious injury. That’s where medical alert systems come in.

4 Tips for Talking To Seniors About Medical Alert Systems

Living with or away from an older parent, relative, friend, neighbor, or loved one is scary at times. You never know when a fall, injury, or another incident could cause

Medical Alert Systems: Top Benefits You Need To Know About

Getting older means bodies change. Everyday activities, such as climbing stairs or bending over, become more challenging, and for seniors and those with physical disabilities, these activities can be potentially

Safer with a Medical Alert

Having a medical alert in your home sure is a safe bet! But did you know that your medical alert can make you safer in other ways? When you’re a Senior Safety customer if an emergency requiring Police help occurs, just press your button! All you have to do is talk to the operator, tell them what’s going on & request that they call the Police. And if you’re unable to speak to the operator, they will send help all the same.

Staying Independent with a Medical Alert System

Sometimes conversations about medical alert systems are met with hesitation. That’s unfortunate because these systems are the perfect tool for keeping your independence longer. They keep you safe in the home you love and help you live there longer. They are a preventative step to make sure that IF you have a big fall or emergency you are able to get help...

If you've studied up on our fall alert system, you know that it comes with one button designed to detect falls AND your choice of a necklace or wristband standard button. The fall detection button is exclusively available as a necklace - for a good reason. It uses an accelerometer and gyroscope inside the button to monitor your movement. This allows it to activate during significant changes (that resemble a fall) while not activating during other day-to-day movements.

Waterproof Help Buttons (Not Water-Resistant)

There's a lot of different terminology to learn when choosing a senior alert system. One excellent example is "waterproof" versus "water-resistant" help buttons. What do these terms mean? They seem awfully similar to someone who is unfamiliar with systems like this. Ultimately, we recommend that seniors and their families look for systems that come with waterproof buttons...

Medical alerts are uniquely designed to cover entire homes (up to 10,000 square feet with our advanced system). Your system's base station will have both a sensitive microphone and a loud speaker. Since most people are not familiar with systems like this, it is sometimes hard for them to grasp how their medical alert is going to cover the entire home without first setting it up and testing it...

People are often skeptical about how effective medical alert speakers are for covering their entire home. It is sometimes tough for them to imagine just how the speaker works because most people don’t have similar equipment within their home. Our advanced and cellular are designed with a much greater range of 10,000 square feet...