Memorandum for Elder Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 22, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES

MEMORANDUM

SCOPE

To provide safety for the elderly and people with medical conditions during day to day travel.

Problem

Many people today have medical issues and are having problems associated with older age.  When you don't have an assistant to help walk you through your travels accidents or illness may occur as you have no one to help you. People are often too busy and preoccupied with their own problems to stop and help a person in need.

Patients who need help and travel alone need interactive care. Especially when released out of a hospital after a stay due to illness or injury. This includes help with medications and other doctors appointments that have to be kept. By law older people and those with medical issues have the right to be independent. But what happens when one suddenly needs help? There are times when you cannot depend on strangers .

The interactive care monitor is a must have for those emergency situations. The interactive care monitor is not required to be turned off and is able to provide the location  and number of the nearest hospital, ambulance, police and fire station within the distance of the person wearing the monitor. You can also have all of your physicians listed so that your doctor can be informed of any subsequent illness or accident. It also stores a list of medications and when they are taken and can be read from the monitor display.

The interactive care monitor can be set up and configured by hospital staff and should be considered part of DME equipment because it is designed to be used for medical safety and assists with independent mobility. You just place the usb monitor into an available port on a computer and the software will display or you can type the information into the monitor itself with the keypad. You then click on the appropriate icons for medications and appointments and begin typing and store the information. A search function will also show hospitals and other medical facilities around because it is WIFI capable and will access any free WIFI signal in range or one can opt to pay the low monthly cost of no more than two dollars a month as paid for by long term care insurance to obtain a WIFI signal.

It is time that people make use of devices available to assist those in need.  This monitor will help the police, ambulance and hospitals get you the help and care you will need when the time arises. An ambulance technician or physician can look at you medications and see how to properly assist you or even contact your doctor or caretaker with the information available. There is no guessing or failed attempts at talking to a sickly patient who cannot answer with regards to how they began to feel sick or injured. The interactive care monitor will help the elderly and those who need it be independent as well as having immediate help when they need it.

Dated: August 22, 2010                     Attest: A. Sadiq                    
                                                                  On Behalf of Pieces



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Memorandum for Elder Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 22, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES

MEMORANDUM

SCOPE

To provide safety for the elderly and people with medical conditions during day to day travel.

Problem

Many people today have medical issues and are having problems associated with older age.  When you don't have an assistant to help walk you through your travels accidents or illness may occur as you have no one to help you. People are often too busy and preoccupied with their own problems to stop and help a person in need.

Patients who need help and travel alone need interactive care. Especially when released out of a hospital after a stay due to illness or injury. This includes help with medications and other doctors appointments that have to be kept. By law older people and those with medical issues have the right to be independent. But what happens when one suddenly needs help? There are times when you cannot depend on strangers .

The interactive care monitor is a must have for those emergency situations. The interactive care monitor is not required to be turned off and is able to provide the location  and number of the nearest hospital, ambulance, police and fire station within the distance of the person wearing the monitor. You can also have all of your physicians listed so that your doctor can be informed of any subsequent illness or accident. It also stores a list of medications and when they are taken and can be read from the monitor display.

The interactive care monitor can be set up and configured by hospital staff and should be considered part of DME equipment because it is designed to be used for medical safety and assists with independent mobility. You just place the usb monitor into an available port on a computer and the software will display or you can type the information into the monitor itself with the keypad. You then click on the appropriate icons for medications and appointments and begin typing and store the information. A search function will also show hospitals and other medical facilities around because it is WIFI capable and will access any free WIFI signal in range or one can opt to pay the low monthly cost of no more than two dollars a month as paid for by long term care insurance to obtain a WIFI signal.

It is time that people make use of devices available to assist those in need.  This monitor will help the police, ambulance and hospitals get you the help and care you will need when the time arises. An ambulance technician or physician can look at you medications and see how to properly assist you or even contact your doctor or caretaker with the information available. There is no guessing or failed attempts at talking to a sickly patient who cannot answer with regards to how they began to feel sick or injured. The interactive care monitor will help the elderly and those who need it be independent as well as having immediate help when they need it.

Dated: August 22, 2010                     Attest: A. Sadiq                    
                                                                  On Behalf of Pieces



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Memorandum for Elder Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 22, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES

MEMORANDUM

SCOPE

To provide safety for the elderly and people with medical conditions during day to day travel.

Problem

Many people today have medical issues and are having problems associated with older age.  When you don't have an assistant to help walk you through your travels accidents or illness may occur as you have no one to help you. People are often too busy and preoccupied with their own problems to stop and help a person in need.

Patients who need help and travel alone need interactive care. Especially when released out of a hospital after a stay due to illness or injury. This includes help with medications and other doctors appointments that have to be kept. By law older people and those with medical issues have the right to be independent. But what happens when one suddenly needs help? There are times when you cannot depend on strangers .

The interactive care monitor is a must have for those emergency situations. The interactive care monitor is not required to be turned off and is able to provide the location  and number of the nearest hospital, ambulance, police and fire station within the distance of the person wearing the monitor. You can also have all of your physicians listed so that your doctor can be informed of any subsequent illness or accident. It also stores a list of medications and when they are taken and can be read from the monitor display.

The interactive care monitor can be set up and configured by hospital staff and should be considered part of DME equipment because it is designed to be used for medical safety and assists with independent mobility. You just place the usb monitor into an available port on a computer and the software will display or you can type the information into the monitor itself with the keypad. You then click on the appropriate icons for medications and appointments and begin typing and store the information. A search function will also show hospitals and other medical facilities around because it is WIFI capable and will access any free WIFI signal in range or one can opt to pay the low monthly cost of no more than two dollars a month as paid for by long term care insurance to obtain a WIFI signal.

It is time that people make use of devices available to assist those in need.  This monitor will help the police, ambulance and hospitals get you the help and care you will need when the time arises. An ambulance technician or physician can look at you medications and see how to properly assist you or even contact your doctor or caretaker with the information available. There is no guessing or failed attempts at talking to a sickly patient who cannot answer with regards to how they began to feel sick or injured. The interactive care monitor will help the elderly and those who need it be independent as well as having immediate help when they need it.

Dated: August 22, 2010                     Attest: A. Sadiq                    
                                                                  On Behalf of Pieces



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Memorandum for Elder Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 22, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES

MEMORANDUM

SCOPE

To provide safety for the elderly and people with medical conditions during day to day travel.

Problem

Many people today have medical issues and are having problems associated with older age.  When you don't have an assistant to help walk you through your travels accidents or illness may occur as you have no one to help you. People are often too busy and preoccupied with their own problems to stop and help a person in need.

Patients who need help and travel alone need interactive care. Especially when released out of a hospital after a stay due to illness or injury. This includes help with medications and other doctors appointments that have to be kept. By law older people and those with medical issues have the right to be independent. But what happens when one suddenly needs help? There are times when you cannot depend on strangers .

The interactive care monitor is a must have for those emergency situations. The interactive care monitor is not required to be turned off and is able to provide the location  and number of the nearest hospital, ambulance, police and fire station within the distance of the person wearing the monitor. You can also have all of your physicians listed so that your doctor can be informed of any subsequent illness or accident. It also stores a list of medications and when they are taken and can be read from the monitor display.

The interactive care monitor can be set up and configured by hospital staff and should be considered part of DME equipment because it is designed to be used for medical safety and assists with independent mobility. You just place the usb monitor into an available port on a computer and the software will display or you can type the information into the monitor itself with the keypad. You then click on the appropriate icons for medications and appointments and begin typing and store the information. A search function will also show hospitals and other medical facilities around because it is WIFI capable and will access any free WIFI signal in range or one can opt to pay the low monthly cost of no more than two dollars a month as paid for by long term care insurance to obtain a WIFI signal.

It is time that people make use of devices available to assist those in need.  This monitor will help the police, ambulance and hospitals get you the help and care you will need when the time arises. An ambulance technician or physician can look at you medications and see how to properly assist you or even contact your doctor or caretaker with the information available. There is no guessing or failed attempts at talking to a sickly patient who cannot answer with regards to how they began to feel sick or injured. The interactive care monitor will help the elderly and those who need it be independent as well as having immediate help when they need it.

Dated: August 22, 2010                     Attest: A. Sadiq                    
                                                                  On Behalf of Pieces



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