What happens if your Personal Medical Alert Fails?

Dec 12th 2010 at 9:37 PM

Personal Medical Alerts are very useful in case of an emergency. Contrary to popular belief these are not limited to seniors living alone. If you know of someone who has medical issues, is a senior, has some issues which require contant monitoring, then they are perfect candidates for a Personal Medical Alert system.

These medical alert devices which can be worn around the neck, as a bracelet or on the belt can be a blessing in disguise. In the event of an emergency a button can be pushed, which sends a distress signal to the monitoring company which provided the unit in the first place.

There are a few reasons that the medical alerts will fail. to learn them visit the following website

"There is a service available to provide a lower cost phone service over high-speed Internet (VoIP). AlarmCare recommends that you use a regular landline telephone service for use with your Personal Emergency Response System. If you are considering replacing your existing telephone service with VoIP, please be aware that you may prevent your system from communicating with the monitoring station. " Copyright AlarmCare

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Dec 14th 2010 at 6:25 PM by bjfoot
Thank You! This is very important inforamtion and we all need to pay attention... No matter the age!

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