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December 2012
Vital Link Mobile GPS UnitVital Link Medical Alert Systems Now Offering Two New Products to Serve Growing Needs of Seniors
Fall Sensor and Mobile GPS unit now available.
Bay Area Vital Link, a leader in medical alert systems, recently announced the release of two new products, a fall sensor device and a mobile GPS unit, to meet the changing needs of the aging community.... Read full article >

April 2012
JWeekly.com logoCook: Nutritious, delicious soups for the older set
By Faith Kramer. When I wanted to devise some recipes that would be healthful for seniors, I turned to the Alameda County Meals on Wheels program for some advice. The agency serves 3,862 seniors regular hot meals — 2,200 meals every weekday — and is part of a Bay Area network.... Read full article >

Senior Citizens Resource DirectoryPeace of Mind with Personal Emergency Response Systems
By Art Hoffman. CEO, Vital-Link. As Americans live longer, the importance of living independently is continually growing. Emergency response systems have given older adults peace of mind, knowing that at the push of a button they can receive help. With the reliability of these systems, many seniors have been living in their homes for longer periods of time. (pdf)

February 2011
Meals on Wheels Teams Up With HGTV's David BromstadAlameda County Meals on Wheels, Oakland, California, Teams Up With HGTV's David Bromstad
Alameda County Meals on Wheels of Oakland, California, was the lucky beneficiary of an event starring HGTV's Design Star winner David Bromstad at a Best Buy in Dublin, California. Our Board President, Art Hoffman, and his wife, Jody, worked the ACMOW table, selling raffle tickets to win a David Bromstad original painting he created onsite that day!... Read full article >

Fall 2011
Alameda County,Wheels For Meals, Food For ThoughtVital Link employees assist with Wheels for Meals Ride

Fall 2010
Art HoffmanNew Board President Takes Helm
As CEO of Vital Link Emergency Response Systems, Art Hoffman has been a tireless advocate for senior health and independence for decades. We have been fortunate to have Art on the ACMOW board for many years, most recently as Vice President and Five Star Dinner Chair. His energy and ideas have brought new success to the event, even in these challenging economic times. We now welcome Art as Board President... Read full article >

Fall 2010
Fayne Cohen and Art Hoffman delivering mealsVital Link's Fayne Cohen and Arthur Hoffman delivering meals for Alameda Meals on Wheels... Read full article >

June 26, 2010
San Francisco Business Times - People On The Move
Art Hoffman has been elected president of Alameda County Meals on Wheels, a nonprofit that delivers warm meals to seniors. Hoffman is CEO of Vital Link Emergency Response Systems based in Berkeley... Read full article >

November 2009
SF Senior Care 101: Vital Link sponsors fall prevention program in Danville Monday November 16
Bay Area Vital Link, is hosting a talk on fall prevention today, November 16, 2009 at 2:30 pm, at the Danville Community Center 420 Front Street, Danville, CA 94526. No registration is needed and the event is free. Lee Cutler, Community Relations Director for Vital Link, will present... Read full article >

January 2005
Arthur HoffmanVital Link featured on Extreme Makeover Home Edition
Berkeley ased Vital Link, provided an Emergency Response System featured on the January 23rd, 2005 episode of ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" (8/7c) and the January 24th, 2005 follow-up episode of "How'd They Do That?" The episode featured the Sears family, of Martinez, California, and their 17-year old daughter Jhyrve Sears... Read full article >

Vital-Link News
Arthur Hoffman, CEO of Vital Link was featured on Jacqueline Marcell's Internet radio program, "Coping with Caregiving," discussing Fall Prevention and the importance of Emergency Response Systems.
Click here to listen to the radio broadcast online!