Medical Alerts: A Watchful Presence When You Cannot Be There
Medical alert systems help seniors preserve their independence by providing a fast, easy way to get assistance in the case of an emergency. We recommend Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) from SafetyChoice®, which are activated with a simple push of a button to summon help.
These systems are activated when a loved one presses a button on a medical alert bracelet or necklace (also known as pendants), which then alerts the SafetyChoice Centralized Monitoring Station. TheSafetyChoice Centralized Monitoring Station will then make the determination of whom to call and in what order.
Personal Emergency Response Systems
Medical Alert Bracelets
If a loved one is injured or in other distress, our medical alert bracelets make it easy to contact help. Simply press a button, and our SafetyChoice® Centralized Monitoring Station will respond promptly. Many seniors, particularly men, prefer the convenience of a medical alert bracelet over the necklace or pendant option.
How they work:
The medical alert bracelets send an emergency message via a tabletop console connected to a phone line in the home. These consoles, known as Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS), offer different configurations and features. Learn more about them below.
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Medical Alert Necklace
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Medical Alert Consoles
Medical alert consoles, also known as Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS), are small, tabletop units used in the home to alert the SafetyChoice® Centralized Monitoring Station when a loved one needs assistance. When the button on an alert bracelet or necklace/pendant (or on the console itself) is pressed, the system becomes a loud, hands-free speaker phone and provides two-way communication to the SafetyChoice Centralized Monitoring Station that is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
When we receive a distress call, our friendly, experienced staff maintain contact until appropriate assistance arrives, whether it is a neighbor, family member, or emergency medical professional. These consoles connect to either an existing phone line or a cellular service.
A variety of monitoring accessories, such as smoke and motion detectors, can be added to enhance security in the home.
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Comfort Keepers will assess your safety needs and recommend the right product.Comfort Keepers will visit the home, work with the family to determine the specific needs, and demonstrate how these care products help seniors stay safe while maintaining independence in the home.
Fast Response: A Key to Independent Living
Our medical alert systems offer a number of important benefits:
- Our SafetyChoice Centralized Monitoring Station will respond within seconds after transmission.
- The medical alert console serves as a loud, volume-controlled, hands-free speaker phone, providing two-way communication within seconds of being activated.
- Our systems provide health and medication history to emergency responders, saving precious time for proper care.
- The SafetyChoice Centralized Monitoring Station is staffed with kind, trained professionals who stay on the phone with the caller until the appropriate assistance arrives.
There is no better way to learn about these systems than with an in-home visit. Simply contact us or call (740) 373-7125 to arrange a no-obligation estimate and demonstration to learn how products from SafetyChoice by Comfort Keepers can help keep people safer and more independent.
At Comfort Keepers, we are proud to provide quality in home assisted living to seniors in:
Outlying areas also served (service delivery fees may apply): Ohio - Stockport, Barlow, Barlett, Beverly, Coal Run, Coolville, Cutler, Fleming, Little Hocking, Long Bottom, Lowell, New Matamoras, Newport, Portland, Reedsville, Reno,Tuppers Plains, Waterford, Watertown and Whipple. West Virginia - Belleville, Belmont, Davisville, Rockport, Sandyville, Saint Mary’s, Sherman and Waverly.