By: Editorial Team | Posted: March 30, 2022 | Updated: December 20, 2023
This is the third in our seminar series on Aging in Place Technology and Tools to Live Independently for Longer.
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Medical Alerts are well known “safety” devices. However there are many different types, and there are very few resources to help decide which type is best. Tech-enhanced Life has for years been evaluating different products in this category. While we do not believe there is such a thing as a “best” medical alert, we do think there are often a handful of “best” products for specific individuals (the right features depend on lifestyle).
In this talk, we will explain how to decide which type of medical alert is right for a specific person, and introduce you to the detailed coverage on Tech-enhanced Life that will enable you to pick a specific product that works for the person in question.
Deep-Dive Articles Mentioned in the Talk
Medical Alert Systems Guide (The “Hub”)
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