Senior First Alert
Many seniors wait until they have already had a fall and spent hours or even days on the floor before they consider getting a senior first alert.
The truth is that 1 out of every 3 seniors fall each year, and those seniors are twice as likely to fall again. Because of these statistics, doctors, hospitals, and caregivers recommend a senior first alert for seniors 65 and older, especially for those that live alone.
Many seniors no longer have friends or relatives that live close by to check on them every day, making the senior first alert the best defense against waiting on the floor in pain until someone finds you. A high quality senior first alert system costs on average just $1 per day, a fraction of the cost of a nursing home facility.
Contact a representative today to find out how a senior first alert can help you live independently at home.