Eldercare Resources
The Eldercare Resource Articles above are written to help you understand the need for and the process of planning for long term care.
There are four key steps to successful long term care planning.
1. Knowledge & Preparation
2. Proper Funding
3. Using Long Term Care Professionals
4.Creating a Personal Care Plan and Choosing a Care Coordinator

Acadian On Call

Acadian On Call provides medical alert systems to over 20,000 subscribers nationwide. Our service, launched in 1991, offers peace of mind to subscribers and their families knowing that if needed, emergency assistance is available at the push of a button. Acadian On Call ranks in the top 10 medical alarm companies in the U.S.

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Proudly Serving the Entire State of Mississippi

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Josh Creed
Acadian On Call

Toll Free: (800) 259-1234 or
(866) 207-4717

P.O. Box 91430
Lafayette, LA 70509

Email: jcreed@acadian.com
Web: www.acadianoncall.com

Client Testimonial

Hello, I just wanted to drop a short note of appreciation for your medical alert pendant service. One recent morning, your employee, Penelope, called me to say that my father had pushed his button, didn't respond, and an ambulance was on its way. She actually had to call me on both my cell and my home phone, as it was early in Colorado and I didn't answer my cell phone when I didn't recognize the number. We live close to my dad - 2 miles - and by the time I arrived at his house, the ambulance and fire department were there. Dad had fallen and cut a gash in his forehead that wouldn't stop bleeding because he takes a blood thinner. Off to the hospital he went, where they were able to stitch the fresh wound and determine that he had no other injuries.

I was never sure that he would actually push the button if he fell. He told me later that the reason he didn't speak when Penelope called him that morning was that he didn't want to say the words that he needed help. But he and I both know that the button worked and help arrived as it was needed. Thanks for your valuable service!

- S. Winter, Colorado

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Member of the Mississippi North Advisory Board with the Mississippi Care Planning Council.

 about the MsCPC

The Mississippi Care Planning Council is dedicated to helping families recognize the need for long term care planning and to helping implement that planning.

Integrity, honesty, and a genuine concern for those who are in need of (or may need) long term care are at the heart of our services.