CONTACT   1.800.668.1507 LOGINcart 0

Recent Posts


MedicAlert Connect Protect service is now available in Toronto.

In September, the Toronto Police Service became the newest region in Canada to partner with MedicAlert, launching the MedicAlert Connect Protect service.
This unique service was first launched in 2015 and is now available in 14 regions across the country giving emergency responders and police 24/7 direct access to a MedicAlert subscriber's recent photo and personal information including identity, physical descriptions, attributes, wandering history, behavior management strategies such as anxiety triggers, de-escalation techniques as well as caregiver information.[...]

MedicAlert and the MS Society of Canada are proud to announce a new partnership!

MedicAlert Foundation Canada and The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada have established a partnership to help protect Canadians living with multiple sclerosis (MS) and provide peace of mind to their loved ones. MS is a complex and unpredictable condition that affects each person differently; the MedicAlert ID will tell emergency responders what they need to know so they can provide timely and customized care in an emergency. Our 24/7 Emergency Hotline ensures that emergency responders will be able to access vital personal information around the clock, and our Family Notification Service quickly notifies caregivers and family to let them know the situation and whereabouts of the subscriber.[...]

My MedicAlert Tool Library lets you monitor your health

It is extremely important to keep tabs on your health, especially in between appointments with health professionals. So when it comes to monitoring your health progress over time, the Tool Library in the My MedicAlert app has you covered.[...]

Jori depends on MedicAlert to protect her husband of nearly 30 years.

According to research from Alzheimer Society of Canada, the risk of developing the cognitive disease doubles every five years once someone reaches 65. It is estimated that up to 5% of people will be impacted by the disease before that age. Earl was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s at only 53 – an age in which many of us are just hitting our stride professionally, planning on spending more time with loved ones. Just four months later, he and his wife, Jori, received more worrisome health news. Earl had a heart blockage and required a dual wire pacemaker. [...]

 <  9 - 10 - 11 - 12 - 13 - 14 - 15 - 16 - 17 - 18  >