Welcome to our Winter Newsletter!
If you or someone you love lives alone, you’ll want to read the important announcement below. In the event of an in-home accident, a fall or a medical problem, the first order of business is to get help. One Call Alert offers a continuous line of communication and the assurance that help is always available at one push of a button. Do you know someone now living at risk?
In 2013, we’ve committed to offering several new looks in medical IDs. You’ll see a glimpse of two styles that are coming soon. Many more will follow. Have ideas for us? Let us know!!!
We wish you a fantastic spring season…and a safe one!
One Call Alert Partnership
In an effort to extend our mission of empowering people to retain personal independence with confidence and peace of mind, we are proud to announce a long term partnership with One Call Alert, a premier provider of in home medical alert monitoring services.
Many seniors, and others, are opting to retain their independence and dignity by continuing to live in the comfort of their own homes. We believe medical alert monitoring is an essential and important service as medical emergencies and the risk of falling can be a serious concern for many. With One Call Alert, one push of a button will summon immediate assistance and notification of family or friends. The service is very easy to set up and operate and One Call Alert offers affordable pricing plans with no hidden fees and no long-term long term contracts.
This service is available to all of our valued customers and thousands across the country.
Year in Review: 2012
We are always looking for new and attractive styles of medical IDs to introduce to you. Here is a look back at some of the new product additions in 2012. Be sure to check our Coming Soon section for a peek of what awaits in 2013.
Dolphin Action Bracelet
Snap Leather Flex
Lynx Onyx Bracelet
Cut calories without depriving yourself
Eat Healthy America: 52 Superfoods
Your Health & News
February is heart awareness month
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States; one in every three deaths is from heart disease and stroke, equal to 2,200 deaths per day. However, you can fight back against heart disease and Be One in a Million this American Heart Month.