Medical Alert is a brand under Connect America, the largest independent medical alarm company in North America offering lifesaving at home and on the go medical alarm solutions to consumers, hospitals, home healthcare agencies and healthcare professionals nationwide. Medical Alert allows customers to live independently and safely while staying in their own homes and communities.
If help is needed, you can push a button and connect with SIA-certified monitoring professionals at UL-accredited, 5 diamond, fully redundant emergency monitoring centers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Fall detection is available on every American senior safety agency reviews so even if you can't push your button you can get help.
Medical Alert is recommended by leading hospitals, home healthcare agencies, and healthcare professionals nationwide. With Medical Alert you can enjoy independence at home or on the go. In any emergency situation, help is only a push of a button away. Many of Medical Alert's customers have been using their device for several years.
Reviewers say they purchased Medical Alert after the recommendation of a loved one. Customers appreciate the company's fast response time and comfortable wrist pendant. A link has directed you to this review.
Its location on this page may change next time you visit. My 93 year old mother has had her Medical Alert button for a few years. She is still fairly active. Unfortunately she has accidentally pushed the button many times. While she in the house, she has been able to cancel the call when the machine calls "Emergency".
However, she has pushed it, unknowingly, when she is outside and unable to hear the callback from her machine or phone. Thus a visit from emergency services!! Everything worked very well as far as response from a call at her residence, but we are wondering what we can do to prevent these accidental calls.
Could there be a beeping from the pendant itself? Or at least a vibration when it is pushed? Ambulance drivers have been excellent and stated that it is good practice, but after three false alarms we don't want to push our luck! Any suggestions would be appreciated! But my Medical Alert has worked. Whenever I fell, I knew somebody would come and help me get up. The button did help.
Medical Alert would call a fire department. The fire department guy would come and get me up by himself and set me back on the bed. The Medical Alert button works and I would recommend it if you like
American senior safety agency reviews thing hanging around your neck. So then I laid it beside my bed.
When they called me, someone said to put it in my pocket. When I got to the button that had the fall detection in it, I did carry it in my pocket for a while. I had a different device before but I got a Medical Alert because it had a further range. American senior safety agency reviews
I have it around my neck all the time. It's very light and I feel safer having it. I accidentally set it off one time. They called and wanted to know and they were a little incessant.
They wanted to make sure I was okay. There was also a time that I fell and they were a distance but they got here as soon as they could. It is very hard to get any customer service on this product - it takes hours to get anyone on the phone, though the sales dept.
The itself is in a piece of light plastic that is very shoddy. So they want to sell a warranty for the button in case of loss.