Give the Gift of Peace of Mind for Father’s Day

You may be one of the many adult children of aging parents asking yourself right now, “What can I give Dad for Father’s Day this year?”

Is Dad seeming to be getting more noticeably older? Has Dad fallen in recent months or needed to be hospitalized because of an ailment or ongoing medical condition?

Is Dad living alone or is he left alone for long periods of time throughout the day? If you are reading this and shaking your head yes, then perhaps it’s time to start thinking about getting Dad a medical alert system from One Call Alert.

A medical alert system is an inexpensive and easy way to give your dad the gift of peace of mind this Father’s Day!

One Call Alert enables independent living at home for seniors with professional and caring 24/7 medical alert monitoring. One Call Alert is simple to use and reliable; there is only one button to push on a lightweight pendant that can be easily worn as a necklace under a shirt or on the wrist like a watch. Our No-Installation-Needed system is perfect for those who don’t want to be waiting around all day for an installer to come in a four hour window.

One Call Alert is not just for emergencies where paramedics are needed; we can be there even if it is just a small problem and Dad just needs the help of a neighbor or close by friend. You and your father can create a personalized emergency protocol that makes sense for his living situation and is something he can be comfortable with.

Best of all, One Call Alert is customer focused and affordable. There are no contracts and you can cancel your services at any time. Sign up today for less than $1 a day and give Dad, and yourself, the gift of peace of mind and security this Father’s Day.



One Call Alert enables independent living at home for seniors and others with 24/7 medical alert monitoring. One Call Alert is simple to use and reliable. Our No-Installation-Needed system delivers emergency care with just one push of a button. Whether you had a minor slip in your kitchen or you are having a medical emergency, One Call Alert will be there for you.