Bay Alarm Medical Launches New Cellular Medical Alert Option New service offers 24/7 medical alarms for seniors who have no landline telephone. Copyright 2013 . All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. CONCORD, Calif., Nov. 20, 2013 — /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Bay Alarm Medical ( http://www.bayalarmmedical.com ), one of the nation’s leading medical alarm companies, today announced the launch of its new cellular medical alarm. The new service allows seniors without a landline telephone to get the same 24/7 alarm monitoring available through the company’s traditional service.
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AlertFon: the First Cell Phone with a Panic Button Launches on indiegogo
An 88-year-old victim of a violent robbery is asking for help after a man broke into her home, hurt her and snatched her medical alert button. Mary Jackson has experienced decades of memories at her Paulding County home. Jackson told Channel 2’s Carl Willis spends much of her time now gardening when she can. “I felt real proud of myself because I had done that work and it needed to be done,” Jackson told Willis. But that pride quickly turned to fear when Jackson said an unknown man came knocking at her door. “He roughed me around. He kind of…
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Medical alert button saves 65-year-old woman from home invasion
Just push the alert button and instantly get an emergency operator response. http://www.AlertFon.com The AlertFon team is committed to corporate responsibility and helping others, so during its indiegogo campaign , the company is running a Buy One, Give One campaign. Their goal is to donate 1,000 AlertFons to seniors and military veterans in need. For every AlertFon sold on indiegogo, an additional AlertFon with free service for 12-months is going to be donated to disabled or homeless veterans or seniors in need. AlertFon co-founder Avi Yroshalmiane says, “Our mission is to use technology to improve lives. We designed this phone and its services around the needs of our own parents.
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Man steals 88-year-old’s medic alert button during home invasion
The woman also dialed 911, and St. Clair County deputies responded. It didn’t take long for them to spot 17-year-old Sininta London walking down the street. NewsChannel 5 learned London lives on the same block as the victim. Janice Brock, 21, was later arrested. Neighbors say the suspects were friends with a relative of their elderly victim.
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