Our goal is to, through our Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, be a name that caregivers and families turn to when they need to know what’s best for their senior loved one.
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (PRWEB) July 18, 2012
Navigating this difficult world is sometimes confusing for all of us. We are always looking for a community to provide us with advice and guidance to help us live our lives happily and safely. This is especially true for seniors and their families. Where does one of these elders turn for important information about their health and safety? Where does the caregiver of an elderly parent look to research the best methods of care for her loved one? Rescue Alert of California™ is a leading resource in the senior care industry, providing informational articles through their educational senior blog, helpful resources and information through their senior resource page, and a community of experts and fellow caregivers on their Facebook page.
People used to have to seek out this information offline; they would have to search for the right people to ask, and right places to look for the resources they needed. The advent of the digital age and social media like Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ has come, and now when those that seek information turn on their computer, they can connect with experts all around the world. Leading senior resources like Rescue Alert of California™ are making themselves available to help through a more direct and immediate connection with their customers nationwide. Rescue Alert of California™ continues to provide an extensive library of resources for the elderly, their families, and their caregivers, offline and on, as well as the safety and peace of mind they’ve provided for over 20 years.
Now Rescue Alert of California™ wants to call attention to their Facebook presence with a fan offer. Those who join Rescue Alert of California’s™ growing Facebook community by liking their page before July 31st will receive a coupon code for a free sterling silver necklace with the purchase of one of their many medical alert systems. The necklace can be used with any of Rescue Alert of California’s™ wearable medical alert buttons, making the alert a fashion statement, as well as a piece of medical equipment. The necklace is made with real sterling silver, and clasps magnetically. This makes the necklace easy to put on, even for those with joint or mobility problems in their hands and fingers. To take advantage of this offer, go to Rescue Alert of California’s Facebook page, and click “like” to receive this free necklace.
“The necklace is a beautiful way to hang our medical alert button discreetly around your neck” says Lindsey Brewster of Rescue Alert of California™. “Our goal is to, through our Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, be a name that caregivers and families turn to when they need to know what’s best for their senior loved one. This sterling silver necklace offer will bring more caregivers and seniors to our growing community on Facebook, where they can find a library of valuable resources and information, and a caring community of peers and experts who want to engage in conversation through social media.”
More and more people are turning to social media platforms such as Facebook to seek out information and experts in the field of senior care and aging. Rescue Alert of California™ is more active than ever before in social media, and wants to now introduce a growing Facebook community to the valuable articles, blogs and access to experts in the field of aging that they can provide.
About Rescue Alert of California™
Rescue Alert of California™ is the premiere medical alert system provider and has designed its products and services to respond with speed, accuracy, and dependability. They have specialized in elderly emergency medical alarm services for over 20 years. These extensive years of experience, engineering, and research have brought about the highest level of senior medical care.
To take advantage of the Facebook fan offer, visit http://www.facebook.com/RescueAlertofCA.
Or contact info(at)rescuealertofca(dot)com.