This Explorer Likes the Jitterbug: Medical Alert and Phone

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Explorer Brenda reports that although she doesn't have a smartphone, she has a robust medical alert function on her Jitterbug phone, and really likes it.

The group discusses the product, the price, and why Brenda finds it right for her needs.

Another member offers high praise for the GreatCall system's ability, using voice assisted technology, to work for blind people such as her husband. 

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from the Sequoias, San Francisco circle discussion October 11th, 2016.

 

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Low tech medical alert, Jitterbug, 5 Star