For decades, MedicAlert Foundation® has actively strived to carry out the heart of our mission-to protect & save lives. Today, our dedicated team is proud to celebrate our 59th anniversary. It is with the collaborative efforts of our staff members, partners, generous donors, and valued members that we’ve been able to enhance our life-saving products and services throughout the years.
Today, MedicAlert celebrates our ability to have adapted with the times over the past 59 years in order to best serve the needs of our customers. We continue to take great pride in understanding the needs of our customers, and remain committed to putting those needs first.
Your continued feedback allows us the ability to offer essential life-saving services which work in collaboration each day to protect both you and your loved ones.
On a breezy evening last February, Alice was in the kitchen cleaning up from dinner. Her husband was working a late shift and one of her eldest sons was studying over a friend’s house studying.
After a short while of cleaning, she realized she hadn’t seen her 8 year-old son Spencer since he left from the dinner table. Alice called out for him but heard no response. She figured he was in his room playing with his new constructions set so she waited a few more minutes to start looking for him.
Easter continues to be the ideal holiday to celebrate the arrival of springtime while enjoying a day filled with traditions with those you love most. I am sure many of us can agree there is no better way to spend the Easter holiday then making memories with loved ones while hearing the laughter of our children and grandchildren playing with their siblings, cousins, and friends.
Easter is just a few weeks away, so before traveling to visit family and friends, MedicAlert reminds youto update your Emergency Health Record. Emergencies can often occur while away from home and at the most unexpected times.
On March 17th, the Irish and Irish-at-heart across the world will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. What first began as a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland has now grown to a global festival celebrating Irish culture.
Small town and big city parades, religious services, dancing, festive Irish food, green drinks, and a whole lot of shamrocks always seem to express this Irish holiday celebrated by millions each year.
Regardless of our heritage, St. Patrick’s Day is the one day each year when we all get to be Irish. Do you wear green on March 17th simply to avoid being pinched by family and friends? This year, why not really “live green” for the day rather than just wearing it.
Offer a more meaningful way to be green this St. Paddy’s Day with some truly green ideas suggested from Living Green Magazine.