Do you know someone living with Multiple Sclerosis? If so, this month serves as an additional opportunity to take the time to show you care about them. It’s important to keep in mind that living with a disability can make people feel helpless, inadequate, and at times like they don’t matter anymore.
As parents, we want what is best for our children. We make sure they are bundled up in the winter and wear sunscreen in the summer. We insist they wear helmets when riding bikes and always make sure they buckle up in the car.
It is our primary job to influence our children and guide them down a healthy path in life. One of the best ways we can protect our children’s well-being is to teach them wholesome nutritional habits beginning at a young age.
We knew it was only a matter of time until my grandmother would no longer be with us. After years of living with a weak heart, her health slowly began to deteriorate a few years ago. She lived in an assisted living facility that was absolutely wonderful to her the last few years of her life.
For years, Ron has been cycling on the same bike trail almost daily. On a brisk morning just weeks ago, he was suddenly struck by a car while out for his bike ride.
A MedicAlert member for over 22 years now, fortunately he has only had to rely on his bracelet a few times. This was one instance that could've ended tragically if not for his MedicAlert ID. Ron wasn't carrying any form of identification on him except for his MedicAlert ID Bracelet.
On February 6th, 2017 Chris received a call that every mother fears. Her son Brendan was experiencing a life-threatening situation while away at school and she was unable to be there during his time of need.
MedicAlert’s autism medical ID and 24/7 Wandering Support Service was critical in protecting seven-year old Miles Green who decided to “walk to France” in the middle of the night after seeing some of his favorite characters on TV do the same thing.