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Why Not Just Call 911? Medical Alert Systems Provide Personalized Help

It’s common knowledge that a Medical Alert System is more effective than a 911 call. 911 operators don’t have a personalized profile available for the user when a call is placed....

September 3, 2013

Carli De La Cruz

The Life-Saving Potential of Lockboxes

When an emergency happens and you need help as quick as possible, local firefighters and emergency response teams are trained to get to you as quickly as possible and by whatever means neces...

August 9, 2013

Bay Alarm Medical

Bay Alarm Medical Emergency Alert System Review at Rossmoor Senior Community

Bay Alarm Medical was recently invited to present our Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) at the Rossmoor Active Senior Adult Community in Walnut Creek, California. They invited repr...

July 26, 2013

elizabeth_arreola

Senior Loneliness: Can You Really Make a Difference?

We’re pleased to have Joe Thoron, owner of Aging Parent Rescue, here with us today. Joe is an expert in senior care and independent living and has recommended the Bay Alarm Medical Med...

October 9, 2012

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Is your relative unable to taste food like he or she used to?

If your relative begins to notice that foods - specifically those that are spicy, sweet or very bitter - no longer seem to taste like they once did, he or she may be losing their sense of t...

June 27, 2012

Lisa Wurth

Five ways to prevent complications from type 2 diabetes

If your relative has already received a diagnosis of diabetes, there are certain steps you can take together to ensure that he or she lives a healthy, active life. ...

June 26, 2012

Kevin Magna

Do you know the warning signs of sleep apnea?

What you may have chalked up to old age and infirmity may actually be the most visible sign of sleep apnea at play....

June 20, 2012

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Five ways pets can help seniors

If your loved one suffers from loneliness, urge him or her to consider adopting a friendly four-legged companion....

June 19, 2012

Bryan Aldrige

Walking slowly in middle age may play a factor in dementia development later on

Walking speed and hand grip strength are important factors in a senior's ability to avoid falls. However, a new study finds that these factors might also play a role in determining if a pers...

February 17, 2012

Lisa Wurth

Some senior falls may be a result of an undiagnosed neurological disorder

Falls among the elderly are all too common - in 2009 approximately 2.2 million elders suffered nonfatal fall injuries, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention....

February 16, 2012

Lisa Wurth

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