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June 4, 2017
Acadian Total Security Recognizes Employee of the Year

Acadian Total Security Recognizes Employee of the Year

<p>May 30, 2017—At Acadian’s annual company meeting, Security Technician Damien “Smiley” Quibodeaux was recognized as Acadian Total Security’s 2016 Employee of the Year. Quibodeaux has been with Acadian Total Security since September 2015, and he is responsible for installing security and fire systems, access control, home automation and video camera setups. He also trains and educates other technicians, and assists the sales representatives with system design and product knowledge.</p> <p>Quibodeaux was presented with his award by Acadian Total Security President Blane Comeaux.</p> <p>A native of Church Point, Louisiana, Quibodeaux has more than 15 years of experience in the security industry. He is a graduate of Rayne High School.</p> <p>Quibodeaux was selected for the award for his great work ethic, professionalism, excellent customer service, and being a true asset to Acadian Total Security.</p> <p>One of Quibodeaux’s colleagues who nominated him for the award said, “Damien calls me at the end of […]
April 5, 2016
medicare coverage

Will Medicare Pay?

Will Medicare or Private Insurance pay for Medical Alert Systems? We often times get the question, will Medicare or Private Insurance pay for Medical Alert Systems?  Will they reimburse me for my monthly expenses? Medicare and Private Health Insurance For the most part, insurance companies and Medicare will not cover the cost of medical alert or life alert systems. We encourage all of our customers to call their insurance provider to check if they qualify for reimbursement. Occasionally, insurance companies will pay for the medical alert or life alert systems,  if the individual’s circumstances merit it. Usually, a doctor’s recommendation is required before an insurance company will issue a reimbursement. Long-Term Care Insurance If you currently have Long-Term Care Insurance, you may qualify for reimbursement of your medical alert or life alert system.  You will need to call your insurance provider to see if you qualify for a medical alert or life alert […]
October 17, 2014
Cellular Medical Alert

How Medical Alarms Work

When you press the help button on the medical alert system, a wireless signal is sent to your medical alarm base station. This signal opens a toll-free two-way communication with a dispatcher. All dispatchers are medically trained professionals available to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our dispatchers are trained to help in the event of an emergency, injury, illness, accident, fire, burglary or any other instances where assistance may be needed   Emergency Response Medical Alert System A medical alert system may seem complex, but it is actually quite simple. There are three basic components: the medical alarm base station,the medical alarm pendant and the monitoring center. Our medical alert system is designed to deliver the help you need, as fast as possible. Each feature of the medical alert system is designed to provide you and your loved ones with: A fast response time Superior […]