A Last-Minute Father's Day Gift That Could Save Your Dad's Life

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Each year, more than 1.6 million older men go to the emergency room for fall-related injuries. Falls are the number-one cause of fractures, hospital admissions for trauma, loss of independence and injury-related deaths. Through June 17, Alert One is offering a free gift for Dad and special pricing for Fathers Day on the personal help button that caregivers and millions of senior citizens living alone have trusted for decades. Next-day activation is available.

No other company makes it easier for your parent to have medical alarm service in their home this Father's Day

Each year, more than 1.6 million older men go to the emergency room for fall-related injuries. Among mature adults, falls are the number-one cause of fractures, hospital admissions for trauma, loss of independence and injury-related deaths, according to recent data from the National Institutes of Health. Now through June 17, Alert One (http://www.alert-1.com) is offering special low pricing for Father's Day on the personal help button that caregivers and millions of senior citizens living alone have trusted for decades. Give Dad peace-of-mind and security with a special lifetime rate of $19.95 per month (regular price $25.95), paid every three months - and a free wristwatch style personal help button.

"Giving Dad Alert One this Father's Day could very well save his life," said Eric O'Connor, President of Alert One. "If you contact us today - we can have your father set up tomorrow - last-minute gifts are easy at Alert One. And to make it more affordable - we're giving the wristband personal call button away for free. One click of a button - worn comfortably around the neck, a wristband, or mounted on the wall - quickly contacts highly trained and professional operators from Alert One U.S. based medical alarm call centers. The Alert One button allows Dad to travel up to 600 feet from his medical alarm in any direction and it's 100% waterproof which means he can wear it in the shower or bath. He can even use his button to answer incoming phone calls from anywhere," O'Connor concluded.

According to a new report titled - A Profile of Older Americans: 2006 - composed by the Department of Health & Human Services, approximately 19% of men in the U.S. aged 65+ live alone, and about half (51.6%) of persons 65+ lived in nine states: California (3.9 million); Florida (3.0 million); New York (2.5 million); Texas (2.3 million); and Pennsylvania (1.9 million), and Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, and New Jersey each had well over 1 million.

"No other company makes it easier for your parent to have medical alarm service in their home this Father's Day," O'Connor stated. "Alert One offers affordable pricing, no activation charges or unnecessary fees, discontinuation of service at any time, next day activation, and convenient online account management."

Premium Alert One medical alert system for the home includes: one personal waterproof help button; 24-hour emergency monitoring; a no-risk - true 30 day trial period; unlimited live-person customer service access; a rate-lock guarantee; a 100% Lifetime Warranty on the entire medical alarm system; and an anytime cancellation policy. Alert One will also provide a second button at no cost and monitor a second person in the same home for free.

For more information, visit http://www.alert-1.com or call 1-800-693-5433.

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