What’s Your “Hot Button?”
- Do you “LIVE ALONE?”
- Do you have “HEALTH CONDITIONS” that could require immediate medical attention?
- Is it important to you to continue to “LIVE INDEPENDENTLY?”
- Are you a “FALL RISK?”
- Do you, or your family, worry about your “SAFETY?”
If you are like most people, you want to remain in your own home for as long as possible. This is especially true if you become widowed, have health concerns, or are prone to fall. The fear of not being able to get help in an emergent situation is real.
Living Alone Can Be Scary. If you cannot get to a phone to call for help, or are inside your home with all the doors and windows closed, you may not be able to get the help you need in an emergency.
Having a Health Condition, such as heart disease, epilepsy, diabetes, etc. can mean that you need immediate medical attention IF/WHEN an emergency happens. The ability to do so can be the difference in life and death!
It Is Human Nature to Want to Be Independent. However, if you live alone or have health issues, you may fear that you cannot continue to do so.
Falling or the “Fear of Falling” is Real! We have all heard stories of someone falling and laying there for hours or days. Unfortunately, when this event happens, many are not able to stay home, because their health is compromised, or their families say “that won’t happen again….” Many times the person finds themselves in a hospital/rehab setting for quite some time following the event and are placed in Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing Facilities following this situation. Although a medic alert device will not prevent a fall, or other emergent health event, it will allow the subscriber to get help if/when it happens to them. This prevents them from becoming the statistic we have just described above.
Our Home Safety is Paramount. Not only is it the human desire to remain independent, but to do so SAFELY is just as important.
As we age, we become less agile. Additionally, our health may deteriorate and we pray for the best, but fear the worst.
If any of these “problems” are a concern to you, or your family, a medical alarm system might be the “peace of mind” that you are looking to find. Although a Personal Emergency Response System (PERS) CANNOT PREVENT AN EMERGENCY, IT CAN GET HELP — Even IF you cannot speak!
- Live Alone? KEEP CALM AND PUSH BUTTON!
- Have Health Condition(s)? KEEP CALM AND PUSH BUTTON!
- Is Living Independently Important to you? KEEP CALM AND PUSH BUTTON!
- Falling or “Fear of Falling?” KEEP CALM AND PUSH BUTTON!
- Concerned for Your Home Safety? KEEP CALM AND PUSH BUTTON!
Around the Clock Medical Alarms will allow you to get HELP — at the push of a button. Our EMD Certified Response Center is available Any Day, Any Time, for Any Reason. Have peace of mind that you can be Safe AND Independent — Around the Clock.
If you or an aging loved-one are considering choosing Medical Alarms in St. Louis MO, please contact the friendly staff at Around The Clock Medical Alarms.
Call Us: 877.449.5566