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Saskatchewan becomes first in Canada to launch MedicAlert Connect Protect service province-wide

In October, Saskatchewan became the first in Canada to enter into a province-wide partnership with MedicAlert to offer the Connect Protect service.
This unique service was first launched in 2015 and is now available in 13 regions (through regional police services) and the province of Saskatchewan. In Saskatchewan, the service is accessible via RCMP, 11 municipal police services and the Ministry of Environment which polices the national parks.[...]

Manage your Stress with the My MedicAlert app

If you experience stress from time to time, you are not alone: over 75% of adults report experiencing moderate to high stress in the past month. Often times, stress is linked to mental health problems including depression and anxiety, cardiovascular disease including heart disease and high blood pressure, and gastrointestinal problems such as acid reflux, which is why it is important to learn how to manage your stress levels.[...]

At 10 years old, Nolan has been wearing a MedicAlert bracelet for almost his entire life.

Nolan lives with multiple anaphylactic allergies, asthma and autism. He had his first life threatening reaction to peanuts at just six months old and his first serious asthma attack before his first birthday. He is also allergic to gelatin, which is an additive in almost everything from medicines to lollipops[...]

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.[...]

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