How Do LifeCall Medical Alert Bracelets Work?
LifeCall medical alert bracelets are part of the LifeCall medical alarm system that can connect customers to LifeCall’s monitoring centre when help is required. LifeCall medical alarm bracelets are easy to use and wear and help customers live at home with peace of mind. By simply wearing the bracelet, (or the medical alert necklace) you have access to emergency aid 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The bracelet is a wireless personal help button (pendant). By pushing on the button you are put through to 2-way communication with a LifeCall emergency response operator who will talk with you to quickly assess your situation and call for help on your behalf. If you are unable to respond they will immediately send help.
LifeCall medical alert bracelets:
- Are part of the LifeCall personal emergency response or medical alarm system.
- Are wireless personal help buttons (pendant) that can be worn as a bracelet. One is included with the system, and additional pendants are available at a minimal cost.
- Send a signal to the LifeCall two-way voice communicator unit when the button is pressed and help is required.
- LifeCall medical alert devices act as a speakerphone. By pressing your medical alert bracelet when the phone rings you can speak to the caller through the LifeCall medical alert system.
- LifeCall medical alert devices have medication reminders. Now you’ll never forget your medication again with 8 user-programmable daily medication reminders.
- LifeCall’s personal help button is waterproof. This feature is very important since most falls are likely to occur in the bath or shower.
- LifeCall’s personal help button has a 5-year battery life. It is also lightweight, discrete and the recessed button reduces the likelihood an accidental activation.
- LifeCall personal alert devices are supervised for low battery signals. When the medical alert bracelet or two-way communicator unit are low on battery life our monitoring centre receives a signal indicating that these medical alert devices need new batteries.
- LifeCall personal alert devices are portable. They can be transferred to your cottage, chalet or an alternate address in Canada.
“What Happens When I Push the Button on My Medical Alert Bracelet?”
- A medical alert signal will be sent to LifeCall’s monitoring centre indicating that help is required. At that same moment, your medical alert device will announce that it is contacting the monitoring centre.
- A LifeCall specialty trained emergency response operator will speak with you through the medical alert 2-way voice communicator unit and assess your situation.
- The operator will ask you what kind of help you need and dispatch the appropriate people to assist you, which may include a family member, friend, or, in certain cases, the paramedics or the police. If you are unable to respond they will immediately send help.