One of Google +’s distinguishing features is its ability to separate contacts into “circles” that the page owner can manage manually. This will enable Rescue Alert of California™ to target their content to certain groups of people, without sending that content to those who won’t find it relevant. For example, an article that largely discusses the state of careers in health care is relevant to nursing home employees, but not as relevant to seniors themselves.
The other feature Rescue Alert of California™ will be taking advantage of is the new Google Hangouts. Through this feature, the company hopes to host gatherings of people in which new trends in health care, activity ideas for seniors, and other topics of interest can be discussed in person by a group of people from all over the country.
“Google has created their social media to improve the way people interact with each other, using the internet as a means to connect people who may have a lot of distance between them” said Lindsey Brewster of Rescue Alert of California™. “The ability Google + provides us with that is most exciting is the ability for us to target the information we have to offer directly to those who need it the most, and we can have a more personal connection with our users and colleagues.”
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Rescue Alert of California™ has been enabling senior citizens to live safe, happy and independent lives through education and quality medical alert systems for over a decade. They offer EMD certified responders available 24 hours a day, and the peace of mind that comes with knowing that help is available at the push of a button.