Safety

Safety

California Phones

Corona Fire Department provides Get My ID medical QR sticker free to Corona residents. Get My ID medical bracelets are available from the Corona Fire Dept. to residents for a reduced cost.  Get My ID bracelets also available to purchase at Walgreens, CVS and Rite Aid.  QR sticker or bracelet provides personal medical information to responding Corona Fire to assist them in administering proper medical treatment.  Log on to https://getmyid.com/ for full description of the product.  Call Corona Fire at (951) 736-2220 or email for more information.


Corona Fire Department

The California Telephone Access Program offers free specialized phones that make it easier to hear, dial, and call friends and family. Some devices offered with this program may act as a medical alert system, which may assist when an elderly person has fallen. To learn more about eligibility or to apply, please visit their website.
http://www.californiaphones.org/


Daily Reassurance Calls (Available only in the City of Corona)

Corona Senior Center offers a daily telephone call to check on the well being of seniors living in Corona.
To be part of the program contact the Corona Senior Center at 951-736-2363.


“Find’em” Safety Kit

One of the most challenging aspects of locating a missing person, is ensuring that there is a good scent for a search dog to track. Frustrated with not being able to track missing persons, members of Southern California law enforcement teams have developed a low-cost scent kit. The concept is simple, purchase a scent kit, swab your loved one and if s/he were to go missing, you can provide the scent kid (kept in your freezer) to law enforcement when they respond.
855-346-3368
www.findemscentkit.com


Get Home Safe Program (Available only in the City of Riverside)

The Riverside Police Department provides free ID bracelets for people who have Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. This will ensure that if your loved one wanders off, people can reach out to a dependable family member for unification.
More information, please reach out to the Riverside Police Department at 951-826-5235
https://www.riversideca.gov/rpd/community/gethome/gethome.asp


InnovAge

InnovAge helps low income seniors/ medical qualified participants includes those who have dementia diagnosis in San Bernardino and Riverside. We offer a variety of resources for consolidated care and support for seniors.
http://myinnovage.org/HowWeWork.aspx


MedicAlert Found California

TMedicAlert Found California is a 24-hour nationwide response service for wandering and medical emergencies.
844-435-7853
http://www.alzgla.org/about-alzheimers/caregiver-information/


Silver Alerts

The purpose of the Silver Alert program is to establish a quick response system designed to issue and coordinate alerts following the unexplained or suspicious disappearance of an elderly person, or a person who is developmentally disabled, or cognitively impaired. To learn more about this state-wide program, please visit
https://www.chp.ca.gov/news-alerts/silver-alert


To report suspected abuse:
Vial of Life (Available only in the City of Corona)

TVial of Life is available for free through the Corona Fire Department. The vial can be picked up at any Corona Fire station. The vial contains important medical information that can assist emergency personnel in administering proper medical treatment. 
Log on to http://www.vialoflife.com/ or call Corona Fire at (951) 736-2220 for more information.


You Are Not Alone (Y.A.N.A.)

This program, offered through the Riverside Police Department, helps to provide on-going contact for seniors, persons with disabilities, or anyone that can benefit from the routine contact.
For more information, please contact the Riverside Police Department at 951-826-8721
www.rpdonline.org