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Courtnay assumed that MedicAlert was for other conditions, not her son’s autism.

Have you ever struggled to find a solution to a challenge, only to find it was under your nose all that time?  Well, that describes how Courtnay learned that MedicAlert ID service could support her son, Gavyn.[...]

New partnership: Coming together to protect brain injury survivors.

Due to the invisible nature of brain injury, symptoms such as slowness to act, lack of impulse control, and failure to respond to directions or communication challenges are behaviours that can be misinterpreted as defiance. That’s why MedicAlert is proud to partner with Brain Injury Canada, a leading advocate for those individuals and families living with brain injury, to help keep your loved one safe in an emergency situation. [...]

Remember to take your medications using the ‘My MedicAlert app’

It is not always easy to remember to take your medications when life gets busy with family functions, house chores, and work. However, taking your medications as prescribed is especially important if you have any heart related conditions.  For example, taking your blood pressure medications does not only help control your blood pressure, but can also help lower your chances of having complications including chronic kidney disease, heart failure, heart attack, or even a stroke.[...]

Shelley shares how MedicAlert protects her and her two boys living with special needs.

At 18, Evan has reached the age where he is gaining independence, leaving home to go to school and learning to navigate the world on his own. This life stage can make many mothers nervous. Yet despite the fact that mom, Shelley, has always kept him close because he lives with multiple anaphylactic allergies, suffers from seizures and is on the autism spectrum, she’s not worried about his safety.[...]

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