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Medical Alert System: It’s not just for Grandma Anymore!

When you hear the words, medical alert system, you might instantly think about your parents, grandparents, elderly aunt or uncle.  Typically these systems have been promoted as a service that helps an elderly person in the event they have a medical emergency.  While this is indeed a very logical and appropriate assumption, you may be surprised about some of the other situations in which these systems are useful!

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Signs That It’s Time For A Medical Alert System

It’s common to believe that as we age we will still be able to live a normal, healthy and active lifestyle; the problem arises when we take for granted our health and stability. Deciding upon the right time to purchase a medical alarm system can be challenging when living independently has been the norm for so long. LifeFone provides a few signs to help you determine if it is the proper time to consider a medical alert device for your aging loved one.

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Reasons To Invest In A Medical Emergency Device

Aging in place is something you will hear, in many iterations, when you’re talking with your aging parents. They will not want to move to an assisted living facility or a nursing home, and chances are you do not blame them, but what does that mean for them and you as they age and you begin to worry whether they are healthy enough to live alone?

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Justifying Medical Alert Device Expense

For individuals that live alone, security is a pressing concern. What happens in case you're home alone and fall, or have some other medicinal crisis? Suppose that there's nobody with you to call for help and worse, if you live alone, how long might it be before someone realizes you have fallen or injured yourself? These aren’t positive things to ponder but they are realistic.
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Benefits Of LifeFone's Medical Alert Device

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in 2010, coronary illness was the greatest reason for death in those over age 65. At the point when a crisis happens, early intervention enhances the possibilities of a full recovery.  Indeed, the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute brings up the importance of prompt medication for a heart attack, stressing that survival rates are enhanced if action is taken immediately.

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Getting The Most From Your Medical Alert Service

You’ve made the final decision on a medical alert system and though it seems like a once-and-done decision, there are many ways you can ensure you are getting the most out of your service.

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Will Insurance Pay For Home Medical Alert Systems

When caregivers are shopping for home medical alert device equipment for their aging parents, one question that will inevitably come up is, “Does insurance cover the cost of my home medical alert system?” The short answer is, “It depends.”

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Providing Whole House Protection

Consider these statistics: There are more than 350,000 house fires in the United States on an annual basis; 2,000 deaths occur from carbon monoxide poisoning; and an additional 10,000 are injured from carbon monoxide in the home. This is not something that anyone typically wants to dwell on, but if you’re a caregiver dealing with parents who want to age in place, keeping them safe in the home is likely top of mind.

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How To Help Seniors With Spring Cleaning

One of the chores this time of year is typically to spring clean a house. Spring cleaning tasks are a way for families to connect and spend time together while clearing out the winter doldrums and opening up the windows (literally) to spring and summer. Talk with the seniors in your life and see if they would like help with a spring cleaning weekend. You can wash windows and walls together, clean curtains and perhaps even change from heavier winter curtains to breezier summer ones. Use this time to check the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors as well.

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Will You Hear Me When I Push the Button?

One of the most common questions we hear from callers is “What happens if you can’t hear me when I push the button?”  This is a natural concern but one that LifeFone has considered carefully and is prepared to handle!

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