SOURCE: Elderly Alerts

Elderly Alerts

February 03, 2012 16:06 ET

Elderly Alerts, Leader in Medical Alert Systems, Educates the Elderly Community via Twitter

Through Social Media, Elderly Alerts Educates on the Importance of Having Medical Alert Alarms at Home

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - Feb 3, 2012) - Elderly Alerts by Personal Response Corporation, America's leading medical alerts provider, has recently announced the presence of its Elderly Alerts service on Twitter. Anyone can follow @ElderlyAlert on Twitter to receive frequent updates that concern the elderly, their families, and everyone involved with their care. This social media initiative reflects the company's commitment to finding new ways to connect with the elderly and to improve their lives with helpful information relevant to elderly care, particularly regarding the use of medical alert systems for seniors.

Elderly Alerts' tweets cover a wide range of important issues of interest to the elderly and to those who care for them. This includes information on the risks of falling, the main health conditions affecting the elderly, special needs, and the importance of having a medical alert alarm system. These informative tweets often include researched facts and statistics from credible medical sources, while remaining clear, concise and easy to understand. In just a few weeks, the number of followers of @ElderlyAlert stands at an impressive 856, and this number continues to grow as more Twitter users learn about Elderly Alerts and their helpful Twitter updates.

Along with the announcement of a new Twitter account, the company also recently unveiled its new and improved website. This site is more user-friendly than its predecessor, looks and feels more professional, and is now accessible from any mobile device.

With this increased presence on social media portals and a new and improved website, Elderly Alerts will be able to reach more people and to educate its audience on the importance of having medical alert alarms set up in their homes. The company has also recently introduced two new kinds of monitoring systems, long range and cellular, to better meet the needs and lifestyles of their customers.

With Elderly Alerts' state-of-the-art medical alarms, seniors and their families can avoid stress and rest easy, knowing that they will be helped in a timely and fully prepared manner in the case of a medical emergency. The peace of mind and independence that comes with the ensured safety of elderly alert systems is priceless.

More information about Elderly Alerts and their services can be found at www.elderlyalerts.com, by following @ElderlyAlert on Twitter, or by calling 1-800-288-5965.

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