Life Alert 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 remaining in their own home is 85.
Life Alert members enjoy independence living in their own home for an extra 5 years.
If Life Alert's medical alert services can substitute
a retirement institution, would you go for it ?
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Senior Protection with Life Alert
"Help, I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up"®
Without a medical alert system like Life Alert, a home emergency, such as a fall, seizure, heart attack, stroke or other serious illness can have an elderly person lying on the floor for hours or even days disconnected from any help and not being able to reach the phone. But Life Alert can save their life by summoning help fast before an injury becomes life threatening. A medical alert system by Life Alert is a must for any senior living alone.
How can Life Alert® help?
In any home emergency simply press the medical alert pendant worn either on your wrist or neck. Life Alert’s Central Monitoring Center will be activated through a small amplified two-way voice communication unit in your home, where an emergency operator will talk to you and summon help immediately, if needed. Life Alert provides medical alert service 24/7.
Free Information Services
To keep you living independently, Life Alert Protection now includes free information services for:
Assistance with: Communication with:
• Electric or Water Damage
• Extreme Weather Conditions
• Gathering General Information
• Medical Suppliers
• Phone Company
• Power Company
• Advising Relatives
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