January 16th, 2018

Medical Alarm Systems

As people grow older, the risks associated with these individuals living on their own greatly increase. They can suffer slip-and-fall accidents and a number of other, health-related emergencies. Do you need medical alarm systems and services in your area? If you or someone you love is living with a chronic illness or a debilitating injury, this could be true. These systems are also essential for elderly adults who have opted to reside independently. We offer cutting-edge solutions for people…


November 17th, 2017

Every day, kids and adults are diagnosed with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases that take away the most basic freedoms – the freedom to walk, talk, hug and even breathe. Each day these freedoms are taken away from kids and adults with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases that weaken muscle strength and limit mobility. Together we can change that. Breaking Free from Muscular Dystrophy When you go “behind bars” and raise bail, you make it possible for MDA to continue…


September 15th, 2017

September 22nd Is Falls Prevention Awareness Day. One out of three adults age 65 and older fall each year and those odds increase with advancing age. Falls can cause serious injuries to the hip, wrist, or vertebra robbing older adults of their independence which can result in a move to a nursing home or other supervised living situation. Many falls are preventable. The following tips can help prevent falls from happening Exercise Exercising regularly increases muscle strength and balance…


July 6th, 2017

Summer is here, and with summer comes hot, humid weather. Most everyone has become accustomed to the convenience and comfort of air conditioning. However, that dependence means that most people are unaccustomed to dealing with the summer heat, causing increased danger when extreme temperatures occur. Even people who are accustomed to being out in the heat should be careful when temperatures become extremely hot. Some common heat related problems are heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and…


December 23rd, 2016


Winter can provide some of the most beautiful scenery, but winter storms can happen quickly and without warning, causing power outages, stranding people, and creating unsafe walking conditions. This winter make sure that you are taking the necessary precautions to prevent health concerns and injuries related to cold weather. Some concerns include frostbite, hypothermia, and falls. As winter settles in, older adults and people with disabilities are even more at risk. Adults with disabilities…