How to Convince a Loved One to Wear a Medical Alert System

As humans, we don’t like to think of a life where we can’t be independent in our own home and do the things we love everyday. For many seniors, they want to maintain independence for as long as they can, and that’s why it would be beneficial for them to wear a medical alert system in case of an emergency. 

 

A daughter and father with a lifestation smart watch talking

The challenge that comes with convincing your loved one to wear a medical alert system, is getting them to accept their new way of life. It may make them feel like they are not healthy or incapable of doing everyday things alone, but it’s important to reassure them of the benefits so that they can continue to live a healthier and more engaged lifestyle with 24/7 emergency protection.

Here are 4 reasons to help you convince them:

1. The Facts

For those who are 65 and older, it becomes more likely that they will experience an emergency situation alone where they will need assistance. Statistics show that 1 in 3 seniors 65 or older will experience an emergency in their home. If they have a medical alert system, they will avoid the panic of not receiving help.

 

2. It’s Easy

Technology can be intimidating for those who aren’t familiar with it, but LifeStation medical alert systems are designed to make it easy. At a push of a button, your loved one will connect to our specialists immediately. There’s a variety of products to choose from such as Lifestation’s on the go systems, the Sidekick and the Sidekick Smart. We also offer a powerful AT&T LTE network perfect for those who spend most of their time at home and want to maintain independence. This will give them access to medical care while still maintaining their independence.

 

3. Express Your Concern

Showing how much you care for your loved one’s health and safety is important in this process. Expressing to them that this will give you and them peace of mind as their caretaker, they may be more willing to try out a Lifestation medical alert system. The conversation may be hard to have, but it is the best decision your loved one will make for the future of their safety

 

4. They Can Live at Home

The alternative option to a medical alert system, would most likely be an assisted living facility to ensure their health and safety. You can stress to them that if they want to live at home and do what they want, when they want, a medical alert system is the best option for them. They will be able to continue their everyday routine in the comfort of their own home, and all they have to do is use one of LifeStation medical alert devices. If they want to have a more discrete, sleek look, consider getting them the Sidekick Smart, which is a functional smartwatch with features like enhanced location services, pedometer, heart rate monitor, and more.

 

A senior mother and her daughter sharing a happy moment together

 

As we know, it’s never easy to accept how life changes the older we get. But, it’s crucial that we continue to use resources that let our loved ones live their life with peace of mind for them and their caretakers. Learn more about Lifestation’s products and services to start the process.

 

 

 

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