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Share a resource.
« on: December 13, 2004, 12:15:11 PM »
Please understand that there are many individuals that may be experiencing similar circumstances as you. Each of you may know of a resource that may help others work out solutions to their problems and questions. Please SHARE a great Adaptive Technology resource, whether it be an adaptive device, company, or community organization, so that everyone in the NHU Community may benefit. If each person would take a little and each person would give a little, the collective sharing of knowledge would make a significant difference for all of us.

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Re: Share a resource.
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2019, 10:02:23 AM »
Medical Alert Devices - Important for Kids and People with Disabilities. Not Just Seniors is a guide
by Joan Pabon, Sep 21, 2017 of Consumer Advocate.  Medical alert devices can help those with disabilities that live alone but are still at risk for falls or assistance for medical help.  Medical alert systems generally
come with a remote device. This can be worn around the neck or as a bracelet. This 'emergency button'
is easy to push for children, teenagers, and adults. That is given that the disabled individual in question
is not cognitively or physically impaired to the extent that they cannot push it.
Your average system offers a range sufficient enough to cover most houses, say 600-1,000 feet from where the base station is installed. If the loved one is able to leave the house, then there are also GPS-enabled medical alert systems that will work anywhere.  This guide also links to
Best Medical Alerts Based on In-Depth Reviews of 2019

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