LifeFone Medical Alert Devices in the News
View recent articles highlighting LifeFone's medical alarm and emergency response service.
The December 2013 issue of the Harvard Health Letter from Harvard Medical School mentions LifeFone among its list of medical alerting device companies. The article suggests that "alerting devices are ideal for people who live alone or spend time alone during the day, as well as people who've experienced a fall in the past, have a medical condition, or are limited in mobility."
WebMD interviews with health practitioners and social workers explaining the dangers of falls, and benefits of personal alarms.
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The National Stroke Association featured LifeFone's personal emergency response service in their Stroke Smart magazine. "Stroke patients need a sure-fire way to get help when needed, especially if they are at high risk of secondary stroke... Personal Response Systems are designed for just that." Stroke Smart magazine.
Today's Caregiver Magazine recommends Personal Emergency Response Services by reporting that "Individuals who are 65 or older face frightening statistics.....the key factor is finding a way to keep the elderly and disabled safe in their homes in order to prevent a terrifying event." The magazine listed the LifeFone Service as a resource for Personal Response Services and stated: "The peace of mind and security that come from knowing help is only a few minutes away is invaluable."
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The National Institute of Senior Centers awarded LifeFone their Certificate of Appreciation in honor of LifeFone's "commitment to older adults and professionalism in the management of senior centers."
The New York Daily News, in its "For Seniors Only" column, featured LifeFone's personal response device in a story explaining how these devices work. View the Article