Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 17, 2011
The American Senior Safety Agency has once again pledged One Million additional Vial of Life Decals to the Vial of Life Project Public Charity. The Vial of Life is a life-saving program that includes a medical information form and these important decals that notify first responders a senior has filled out this valuable life-saving form. The decals are placed on their front doors, alerting paramedics that their pertinent medical information is available inside on the refrigerator door. This is can be critical information for emergency response teams when a senior is unable to communicate.
These decals have also gone to the likes of Stanford University Hospital, chapters of the American Red Cross, Johns Hopkins and many more fire departments, municipalities and governmental agencies. Many seniors are not aware that this kind of program exists for free, and American Senior Safety Agency’s CEO Jeffrey Miller intends to change that. “The Vial of Life is such an important and simple way for seniors to be prepared in emergency situations that all seniors should have access to this program,” says Miller.
Miller has built a career looking out for the elderly. He helped pioneer the medical alert industry in 1981 and built the American Senior Safety Agency in 1996. His company provides seniors with medical alarms to use in emergencies when they cannot reach a telephone. A senior in trouble can be connected to a 24 hour emergency monitoring center with the push of a button worn as a necklace or wristband.
Donating Vial of Life decals is just part of Miller’s career-long effort to empower the elderly. This new pledge for an additional 1 million decals brings the American Senior Safety Agency’s total donations to 4 million decals to date. He has also often donates free or low cost medical alerts to the needy through government agencies.