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Date:3/16/2010

Trusted Medical Alarm Systems Provider Unveils New Look, Interactive Educational Web Site for Seniors, Caregivers & Healthcare Professionals to help Prevent Falls, Manage Medications

Williamsport, PA (PRWEB) March 16, 2010 -- Alert1™, a leading national provider of medical alert systems, today unveiled a new look and a new web site designed to help seniors and anyone who lives alone live safely and independently in their own homes. Easy to use interactive tools and educational content for seniors, their families, and caregivers provide simple tips and ideas on how to identify safety issues and implement changes that can help prevent falls and manage medications.

For more than 20 years, AlertOne® has provided medical alarm services to over 150,000 families that know help is just a touch away whenever needed. The fresh new logo and redesigned web site, along with new products and services designed to meet the changing needs of an aging population, reflect the company’s continued commitment to unparalleled customer service and support. “Our new web site, http://www.alert1.com, will be an ongoing source of valuable information to all who wish to remain independent and in their own homes and to provide peace of mind to their families and caregivers,” said Christine Roberts, Vice President of Marketing at Alert1.

The newly re-designed web site now includes a “Living Well” section with important information such as facts and statistics on falls, a fall detection and prevention safety checklist, medication management guidelines, and tips on talk
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