|My Health Phone|
- My Health Phone, a no-contract cell phone that allows seniors to communicate with caregivers and have access to 911 while at home or away. It allows elderly loved ones to check in via calls, text messages or e-mails. The device can also be programmed to deliver medication reminders and store electronic copies of living wills, HIPAA releases and medical directives. The My Health Phone is a Samsung Galaxy Mini touch-screen model with GPS and a 3-megapixel camera. Costs include a one-time equipment and activation charge and a monthly charge for service.
- Stander mobility products provides tools for independent living. Floor-to-ceiling security poles and curved grab bars can be installed anywhere in the home, and are handy in bathrooms, a room that can be especially dangerous to seniors. Other Stander products include bed rails, crutches, couch canes that offer a helping hand while to sit or stand, and CarCaddie portable handles for getting in and out of vehicles.
- The Philips Lifeline medical alert service is a base and wearable pendant that lets seniors call for help at any time of day or night. The pendant is waterproof, always charged and stays within reach. There are no equipment or activation fees at time of publication, but there is a monthly service fee. The CareGiver Partnership offers customers who sign up for Philips Lifeline a discount off their next order.