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Medical Alarm Resources | LifeFone

Helping Your Aging Loved One Adjust To Time Changes

Time changes, whether from traveling from one coast to another or when the clock changes to and from daylight-savings time can wreak havoc on our systems and our circadian rhythms. With November 6 being the date this year when we set our clocks back by one hour there are some ways to help your body adjust and to help your aging loved ones adapt to the time. Continue reading

Medical Alerts with Fall Detection

Most of us have grandparents, parents or an elderly neighbor and we know that a fall is dangerous for older adults. The CDC reports that falls for those 65 years of age and older are the leading cause of both fatal and non-fatal injuries. Statistics from Yale University School of Medicine show that one out of three older adults fall each year and the incidence of falls is increasing. Continue reading

Caregiving Tips For Families Of Veterans

Caring for a veteran may bring with it unique challenges. Being a caregiver, in general, brings challenges including: Continue reading

Spend Less As We Age

Most of us, as children, were given an allowance that was either a weekly gift or earned income for doing things like mowing the lawn or doing the dishes. It was a sweet deal at the time and we felt empowered with our fun money. As we retire, we once again find ourselves with an allowance. Most of us reach retirement on a fixed income. For some of us, it is more than adequate to sustain our life. For others, it is a struggle. For all of us, the cost of living goes up and our income remains fixed. Continue reading

Don’t Be Spooked!

While most families are connected by cell phones today, having special apps on your phone can be a fantastic way to stay in touch. Continue reading

Ways to Convince a Loved One to use a Medical Alert Device

Aging at home is one of the last hold outs of independence for many seniors. Most often, your aging loved one is determined to hold onto their ability to stay in their home. Equipping them with a medical alert system can help them achieve this goal. Continue reading

Teens and Young Adults can Benefit from a Medical Alert System

While care-giving can be difficult for many adults, sadly, many teens are finding themselves in care-giving situations that would normally not be on their radar. The AACY (American Association of Care-giving Youth) is helping to raise awareness about this issue and is working to develop partnerships to better understand the issues surrounding this growing trend, and provide resources and support for this growing population of caregivers. Continue reading

Stress Relief Tips for Caregivers

Caring for your loved one strains even the most resilient person. If you are a caregiver, taking care of yourself is equally as important, if not more, as the care you give your loved one. If your loved-one is dealing with a long-term illness, you are too. One person doesn’t fight the battle alone, and if you break down, then the care for your loved one breaks down also. Continue reading

Seven Reasons Why You Should Be Drinking More Water

Water. The human body is close to 60% water, with the brain being almost 90% water. With all of that water swimming around in us, it makes sense that water really does do a body good when we drink it.
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Family Guard Protects Farm Workers

As we celebrate National Farm and Ranch Safety and Health Week, September 18-24 we take time to consider those who work the fields and raise the produce and food that graces our dinner tables. Continue reading

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