Medical Alert. Who needs a Medical Alert?

Medical Alert.
Who needs a Medical Alert?

Why should you consider a Medical Alert for your HOME
or a Medical Alert AWAY from Home?


'Medication mismanagement is one of the leading causes of falls among the elderly, and the more pills people take the greater the likelihood that they will miss their prescribed doses.'
Frederic Siegel, AMAC / Tunstall Executive Vice President


  • Medication Management. Not taking the proper medication or mixing prescriptions improperly accounts for 25% of all hospital admissions (65 years of age and older).

  • Fall Prevention. For seniors over the age of 65, falls are one of the most common and serious health risks and are the leading cause of death due to injury.

  • Heart Related Disease. Heart disease may lead to serious heart arrhythmia, chest pain, difficulty breathing, general fatigue, muscle weakness.

  • Aging in Place / Age related issues. Baby boomers face a greater risk of stroke, may develop chronic diseases like arthritis, diabetes, osteoporosis, or be affected by loss of sight or hearing.

  • Lack of Mobility.

  • Other Conditions. Neuromuscular disabilities and disorders (Parkinson's, MS, paralysis, Cerebral Palsy, ALS).
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