Emergency Response - A Better Way of Life
Vital Life Alert Statistics
In a survey taken by ACNielsen
International Research, 87% of Life Alert
members said that Life Alert's protection
is a main or important factor in their decision to keep living at
home rather than going to a retirement institution.
Age of a senior entering a retirement institution in the United
States is 79.
Age of a Life Alert member entering
a retirement institution is 85.
Life Alert members enjoy independent
home living for an extra 6 years.
If Life Alert's services can substitute
a retirement institution, would you go for it ?
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"Help, I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up"®
In a home fall emergency, or in case of a seizure, heart attack,
stroke or other serious illness a senior usually can not reach the
telephone. She or He may lay on the floor for hours or days, disconnected
from any help. This injury can become life threatening.
How can Life Alert® help?
A simple press of a button will instantly activate
Life Alert's small base unit located in the house. This small
base unit will immediately communicate with our Central Monitoring
Station, initiating amplified two-way voice communication between
the senior and our emergency operators, who will contact neighbors,
Paramedics, Fire Department, Police and/or relatives as needed.
Free Information Services
Now in an emergency Life Alert also
provide for FREE information services such as:
Assistance with: Communication with:
• Electric or Water Damage
• Extreme Weather Conditions
• Gathering General Information
• Medical Suppliers
• Phone Company
• Power Company
• Advising Relatives
And Much More
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