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Xaveon's MediGUARD™ ensures your health and well being. With MediGUARD™ you'll always have someone by your side. Our Life Alert monitoring means that at the touch of a button someone will respond instantly. Our Visual Life Alert monitoring means that someone will be monitoring round the clock. This eliminates the need to manually press a button. The following cases will help you understand what MediGUARD™ is and how it can help you and your loved ones.

Life Alert - Tanya

Tanya Laurel is in her late seventies and lives in a home for the elderly. She enjoys playing bridge with her friends and going on walks in the courtyard. However, a recent fall in the shower broke Tanya’s hip and she is recovering from the injury. Her nurse, Gloria Nevitz, suggested that Tanya look into a new MediGUARD™ service offered by Xaveon security. The MediGUARD™ service has a special feature designed for customers like Tanya, who require twenty-four hour monitoring and, if they feel threatened or ill, can press a button to alert Xaveon of an impending emergency. At first Tanya scoffed at the idea, but when her children and grandchildren pleaded with her to reconsider, she decided the MediGUARD™ service would be a good idea.

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Visual Life Alert - Dan

Dan Belmont is a thirty-year old paraplegic. Unable to care for himself, Dan requires the services of a nursing home for many daily activities, but runs a successful career as an online journalist. Dan lost mobility below his neck during a surfing accident that broke his neck. Ever since, Dan has sought a greater degree of independence from his physical restraints.

Choking is a frightening reality for Dan. Because he has little control of his neck muscles, swallowing food is not only difficult—it can be deadly. Dan has no guarantee that a nurse will be able to aid him if he begins to choke, especially because he has no way of pressing a button to alert the necessary help.

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