We want to assure you that there will be no interruption to your seniors medical alert service and we are always available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Philips Lifeline has three Response Centers: one in the Northeast, one in the Southwest and one in Montreal, Canada. In addition, Trained Care Specialists are also working remotely and responding to calls to ensure our ability to quickly and seamlessly dispatch help.
For our Lifeline customers: Please remind your seniors that whether it’s an emergency related to a fall or chronic condition, or they're simply not feeling well, press their button anytime they need help. We’ll always be there for them.
Below are links to trusted COVID-19 resources for older adults and their caregivers.
The National Council on Aging also has informative blogs on:
As we continue to spend more time at home, below is information we have prepared to help you and your loved ones.
It is important to stay active and maintain the strength, balance, and flexibility you have to help reduce fall risk, strengthen your immune system, and improve your quality of life.1
Remember to check in with your physician before attempting any of these exercises. The exercises suggested here do not substitute for a program provided by your health practitioner.
The benefits of solving puzzles for older adults are numerous, including enhanced memory, better cognitive skills and improved concentration.2
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Roasting vegetables makes them even tastier. Sweet potatoes are an excellent choice for this technique.