AAA Partners With Medical Guardian on Discounted Medical Smartwatch

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AAA has partnered with Medical Guardian, a nationwide provider of medical alert solutions, to provide special discounts on Medical Guardian's medical alert smartwatch, Freedom Guardian, as well as the company's various in-home and mobile medical alert solutions. Designed specifically for older adults, the Freedom Guardian provides round-the-clock protection through GPS and Wi-Fi, as well as day-to-day lifestyle support through unlimited emergency calls, speech-to-text messaging, reminders and alerts at an affordable price.

Additionally, AAA members can receive a 10 percent discount on Medical Guardian’s full product suite, plus one free month of service, device activation, a lockbox, and ground shipping with any annual order. Members will also be connected to Medical Guardian’s monitoring centers. Depending on the their situation and needs, the monitoring centers will dispatch local emergency services to the member’s location, as well as alert the member’s Care Circle, which is comprised of their loved ones.

To learn more, visit www.medicalguardian.com/3a

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