Valuable tips and information for seniors and their loved ones

Important Home Modifications to Support Independent Living

Aging may be inevitable, but moving to an assisted living community is anything but. It only takes a few modifications to your home to easily extend your ability to live independently and safely. Aging in place is all about reducing the risk of falls and having safety procedures in place if any assistance is required. […]

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10 Indoor Winter Hobbies for Seniors Who Need Medical Alert Devices

This article explores accessible hobbies and activities for active seniors aged 65+ to promote mindfulness and mobility to prevent loneliness and depression during the cold season. The seasonal blues peak in the winter, even though we spend more time close to our family members in our homes. The winter months are great to try new […]

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Top 3 Things to Consider Before Purchasing a Medical Alert System

A medical alert system is a literal lifeline. It connects you to staff and support personnel who are trained to react appropriately given a situation, to ensure the right people are notified in the event of emergency. In other words, you don’t want to bet on a device that doesn’t have a reliable company behind […]

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Top 3 Features to Look for in a Medical Alert Device

Not every medical alert system is made the same. While they all feature a central communication system along with a pendant attached to a necklace or bracelet, there are certain features that you should always look for before you choose a device. These devices are tools that support your independence so you can feel confident […]

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Recently Featured on CHCH

Life Guardian was recently featured on CHCH Morning Live. Life Guardian is the most effective Medical Alert company in North America. It’s not just our device but our outstanding 24 hour technical support team.

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Tips for Seniors

More and more Canadian seniors are making the choice to live at home. And while living alone certainly has its perks–like not having to consult anyone about what time to eat dinner or which shows to watch, it is not without risk.

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