- Nov. 7, 2011 -
With upwards of several million individuals utilizing medic alert bracelets (http://lifefone.com/)
across the U.S. and Canada, it is little surprise that seniors have come to thoroughly enjoy the benefits of having help available to them at the touch of a button. When it comes to medical alert bracelets, oftentimes users adhere to one motto: the simpler the better.
Seniors experience the most success with medical alert bracelets that are easy to use. Having maintained superior service for the past 35+ years, LifeFone (http://lifefone.com/why-choose-lifefone.html)
knows what makes their customers happiest and helps to ensure users have access to immediate help in the event of any emergency. When users invest in LifeFone they receive a personal panic button that they can carry with them throughout their homes at all times, either in the form of a medic alert bracelet or a pendant. A small monitoring device is then plugged into an outlet and into their phone line. If users ever find themselves in need of medical service, they simply press the medical alert bracelet or pendant, and the monitoring device makes a call to the response center.
As soon as the response center receives the call, the LifeFone emergency care team (http://lifefone.com/how-it-works.html)
is sprung into action. The user's personal profile is immediately displayed on the computer in the response center, and LifeFone Emergency Response Personnel dispatch emergency services according to a personalized care plan. Designated neighbors, friends, family members and personal doctors are all notified, and LifeFone stays in contact until the medical emergency is over.
All it takes is the push of a button, LifeFone takes care of every other detail. What could be simpler than that? Even installation is a breeze. Elderly individuals may be wary of investing in a medical alert system if they think the installation process is long and complicated. This is not the case with LifeFone. Installation takes approximately 5-10 minutes, and once installed all the user has to do is wear their medical alert bracelet at all times in and around the home. LifeFone's medical alert bracelets are waterproof too so seniors can wear them in the shower.
Once installed, users become so accustomed to their personal medical alarm that they don’t even realize they are wearing their bracelet until they need it! With plans starting as low as $24.95 (http://lifefone.com/products/index.php/accessories.html)
, there really is no simpler or cost-effective alternative.