Personal medical alarms for the elderly

LifeCall personal medical alarm systems have been a great comfort to Canadian seniors since 1989. Easy to install and even easier to use, our personal medical alarms allow seniors to just press a button that they wear for help if they should need it.

Who should have a personal medical alarm?

You don't need to be elderly to benefit from a personal medical alarm, although most of our clients are seniors. If a loved one or a friend is suffering from any medical condition and you are concerned about leaving them on their own, LifeCall is ideal. Take our quick quiz to find out if you should have a personal medical alarm.

While 911 emergency calls are highly responsive, some medical emergencies don't allow the stricken person to get to a phone, either at all or fast enough for medical personnel to respond on time. LifeCall gives them a wearable button unit, in the form of a medical alert bracelet or necklace which doubles as a speakerphone. As soon as they press it, their information is in front of a LifeCall Emergency Response Operator, and medical personnel can be dispatched if required. LifeCall shaves valuable minutes off of the standard emergency call, minutes that could save someone's life.

Who can I count on for technical support?

We recommend monthly tests of the LifeCall personal medical alarm system to ensure that it is in working order. Just contact customer support and they will walk you through these tests. If your power goes out, your LifeCall unit will operate up to 24 hours on reserve battery power. Your wearable button unit has a five year battery life which we monitor, and we will contact you when it is time to replace it.

If anything should malfunction with your system and we can't troubleshoot it with you over the phone, we will send someone out from our coast-to-coast network of agents and installers to help. LifeCall is always here to help - it is what you are paying us to do.

What kind of training do your operators have?

Our operators go through an intensive six weeks training before they can take a call and be CSAA-certified. Certification from CSAA must be retaken once a year so that they can keep up with the latest in security technology. Their primary focus is to get you exactly what you need as quickly as possible.

Contact LifeCall right away to get your own personal medical alarm system set up affordably and quickly. If you're ready to get started, order online now in four easy steps.