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To be truly independent, your personal emergency device needs to work on the go.

 

 

MobileHelp Duo Medical Alert System

 

MobileHelp® allows you to summon emergency help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by simply pressing your personal help button. Unlike traditional systems that only work inside your home, a MobileHelp medical alert system extends help beyond the home. Now you can participate in all your favorite activities such as gardening, taking walks, shopping and traveling all with the peace of mind of having a personal medical alert system with you. MobileHelp, the “on-the-go” help button, is powered by one of the nation’s largest cellular networks, so there’s virtually no limit to your help button’s range.* With our GPS feature activated, we can send help to you, even when you can’t talk or tell us where you are.

 

Did you know August 21st is National Senior Citizens Day?

What exactly is National Senior Citizens Day? It's a day that is celebrated every year on August 21 that recognizes all of the achievements of older adults. It's a day to show our appreciation for all of their valuable contributions that continue to impact our lives today. This day also raises awareness of the conditions seniors face, such as health deterioration and elder abuse. This important day encourages the more mature representatives of our nation to live their lives to the fullest as independently and safely as possible.

 

How Did National Senior Citizens Day Begin?

On August 19, 1988, President Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation to honor adults over the age of 60. Proclamation 5847 declared August 21 as National Senior Citizens Day.

 

"For all that they have achieved throughout their lives, and for all that they continue to do, we owe our gratitude and sincere greetings to our senior citizens. We can show our gratitude and appreciation better by making sure our communities are good places. Age and maturity, places where older people can participate as much as possible and find the encouragement, acceptance, support, and services they need to continue living a life of independence and dignity."

— Ronald Reagan

 

President Ronald Reagan called upon the people of the United States to celebrate this day with appropriate ceremonies and activities for senior citizens.

 

How to get involved

With over 47 million people over the age of 60 in the United States today, there are lots of seniors to celebrate. So how can you participate in this day of appreciation?

  • Contact your local senior center for volunteer opportunities. You may be able to help with meal services, front desk tasks, or simply visiting with an older adult for an afternoon.
  • Take the time to simply visit with your senior loved ones. Take them to a movie they've been wanting to see or have a picnic at the park. If your senior loved ones don't live nearby, arrange a Facetime or Skype call.
  • Create family history arts and crafts, such as a scrapbook or a history board. Collect pictures from their childhood and young adulthood and ask them to recount their fondest memories that you can include in your art. This is an innovative way to assist seniors in reflecting on their accomplishments.
  • Bring your pet dogs along for the visit! Contact your local retirement community to see if they would be interested in a visit from your furry friend. Seniors usually benefit greatly from time spent with animals.

 

Whatever you decide to do on Senior Citizens Day, we hope you do it in the company of our beloved seniors. Don't forget to include the hashtag #NationalSeniorCitizensDay on social media to raise more awareness to our senior loved ones.

 

 

 

References

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Senior_Citizen%27s_Day

https://oakmontseniorliving.com/national-senior-citizens-day/

https://nationaldaycalendar.com/national-senior-citizens-day-august-21/

https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/documents

 

 

 

*$19.95 is the monthly price of subscription to a MobileHelp Classic at home only system. There is a one-time $49.95 processing fee and $15 shipping fee required to subscribe to this plan. Equipment may vary as shown. System featured in photo above is the MobileHelp DUO available at an additional monthly cost. Equipment shown is included at no cost while actively subscribing to the service plan but must be returned upon cancellation of the service plan to avoid equipment charges. Other equipment available to purchase for a fee. Call or see terms and conditions for further details. 50% off Fall Detection Promotion valid when Fall Detection Service is added to your monitoring system and MobileHelp Connect Premium service is included with the order. Offer is valid for the first year of service only. This offer is for new customers only and cannot be combined with any other offers. Promotion available for select plans only and for a limited time. During the promotional term, you will receive $5 off the $10 full retail price of Fall Detection service. After first year, Fall Detect pricing reverts to discounted price of $7.50/month when combined with MobileHelp Connect Premium. Fall Button does not detect 100% of falls. If able, users should always push their help button when they need assistance. Fall Button is not intended to replace a caregiver for users dealing with serious health issues. Service availability and access/coverage on the AT&T network is not available everywhere and at all times. Current GPS location may not always be available in every situation. MobileHelp is a registered trademark. Patented technology. MobileHelp is an FDA registered company.