Battling isolation with mPERS

Posted on March 18th, 2020

According to The Administration for Community Living, 14.3 millions seniors (about 28%) lived alone in 2018. AARP reported that 17% of seniors felt isolated, and 8.8% felt chronically lonely.

Loneliness can have serious health impacts on seniors, and the Health Resources & Services Administration reported that “poor social relationships were associated with a 29 percent increase in risk of coronary heart disease and a 32 percent rise in the risk of stroke.”

During times like this COVID-19 pandemic, which is impacting seniors more than other demographics, seniors may feel even more vulnerable and isolated.

Medical alerts like Belle can help seniors maintain their connection and reduce fear by:

  • Offering access to friendly, compassionate operators 24/7
  • Providing help at the press of a button should a senior feel ill or need assistance
  • Giving confidence and security to go out for a walk, take a drive or run errands

Freeus understands that our dealers and their customers may be experiencing challenges in this current uncertain environment. You can rest assured that Freeus is up and running, and here to support you however we can. Please contact with questions.