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Medical Alarm Resources | LifeFone

Handling A Relocation For Your Aging Parents

One way to allow your aging parents to remain independent is to equip their home with a medical monitoring device. These devices allow them to obtain emergency medical assistance at the touch of a button from their medical alert button and provide peace of mind for them and the family members for those times when your parents are alone in the home.

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How To Balance Work, Family, and Eldercare

If you're a member of the "sandwich generation" those Baby Boomers that are pursuing careers, raising their family and are tasked with caring for their aging parents, you understand how hard it is to balance it all.

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When To Seek In-Home Care

There will likely come a time when the care of an elderly family member's exceed the limits of what the immediate family can provide. It is at that time that the family will begin researching in-home care and/or assistance.

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Prescription 'Best Practices' For The Elderly

Aging brings many issues that we have to deal with and they range from being able to remain living independently to diminished health to the loss of loved ones and friends.

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Get Moving To Stay Healthy

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention only 20 percent of U.S. adults get the recommended amounts of both of aerobic and muscle-strengthening exercise.

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Combating Loneliness in an Aging Parent

There are times when solitude is welcomed, but if it goes on for too long, loneliness sets in and that can eventually lead to depression. There are ways to help your loved one combat that feeling of loneliness.

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Staying Healthy And Balanced As You Age

It's a fact of life, and a fact of aging, that once we celebrate our 30th birthday our balance begins to decline. As we continue to age, that lack of balance can be potentially harmful as it can result in trips and falls.

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Warning Signs of Diabetic Shock: How Medical Alert Systems Can Help

Do you know the warning signs of diabetic shock? Diabetic shock, also called hypoglycemia, can occur when a diabetic has too much insulin, too little food, too much exercise or a combination of the three; it is a dangerous medical condition that must be immediately addressed.

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The Many Uses of Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS)

Personal emergency response systems have a wide variety of uses. A PERS system like LifeFone is primarily intended for seniors or those who live alone. If you are prone to falling or if you have medical issues, personal emergency response systems can be very important to your health and well-being.

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Do Cell Phones Negate Medical Alert Systems?

The question as to whether having a cell phone negates the need for a home medical alert device is one that arises frequently, especially as the elderly population is trying to be frugal.

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