At Lifeline, we don’t just care about the caregivers. We are caregivers.
Like you, we worry about parents who live too far away for us to check on them. Maybe you have a father who lives alone and gets up in the middle of the night. Your mother may have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, diabetes, or another chronic condition.
We feel the pressure. We're doing our best to care for our parents and our children. We miss work for their doctors’ appointments and then pay out of pocket when insurance isn’t enough. We want our loved ones to stay independent, and we want them to stay in their own homes as long as possible. That's why our caregiver resources and products are here to provide valuable advice, support and guidance.
This understanding, this compassion – that is
the Lifeline difference.
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Marcela loves and cares for her mother Alicia. She wants to do everything possible to make sure she’s happy, healthy, and can remain in her own home. That’s when she discovered Lifeline, the perfect tool to keep her mother safe and independent.
Being a caregiver can be an isolating experience, and it’s hard to know where to turn. Lifeline can help with expert caregiver information, products and services.
Talking to your aging parents about their health is never easy. They are often very protective of their independence, and won't always admit when they need a little extra help. Here are some caregiver tips and tools on starting the conversation about medical alert systems with your parents.
5 Reasons Seniors Should Consider Med Alert Services
Educating Seniors on Fall Risks
Certain conditions that are more common in adults over 65 can increase fall risk. Being able to discuss ways to reduce this and keep seniors safe is important for all caregivers. Here are some helpful resources to guide you when educating seniors about falls.
Managing Caregiver Stress
Don’t let caring for your aging parent take a toll on your health. Learn how to manage the stress and to care for yourself first. Here are some great caregiver articles to get you started.
Dementia and Alzheimer's Caregiver Resources
Dementia and Alzheimer's can be extremely challenging for caregivers and their loved ones. As well as increasing fall and injury risk, it can have serious emotional and psychological impacts. We've compiled some helpful dementia resources and Alzheimer's resources to help you tackle this important topic.
Cancer Caregiver Resources
Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the U.S. Even when treatable, the mental and physical impacts of this disease can be hugely challenging. Our cancer resources and guides are here to help caregivers understand the best ways to help.
Customers and Caregivers Share Their Experiences
Hear directly from Lifeline subscribers and their caregivers on how the Lifeline medical alert system gives them a sense of security and has helped when they needed it.
From home medical alert systems to systems for on the go, our products suit all types of needs and lifestyles. Seniors are able to call for help when they need it from Trained Care Specialists who are available 24/7. Caregivers can also enjoy peace of mind that they will be alerted if their loved one experiences a fall.
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