Parma To Provide Medical Alert Systems To Senior Residents

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Income-eligible senior citizens will receive the mobile device, which they can wear around their neck and, with one touch, alert authorities of a medical emergency. Parma City Council approved the three-year contract with Connect America to provide the systems to their residents with money from its federally-funded Community Development Block Grant program. The GPS technology in the new device will give our seniors that much -needed added peace of mind knowing that they have immediate access to a live voice and emergency services anywhere they go, said Mayor Tim DeGeeter. And while the initial goal of this program was to keep seniors safe at home while living independently, this new technology could actually allow us to rename the program Safe at Home and on the Go. Other Parma residents are eligible for a discount through the company; interested parties should call the Community Development Department at (216) 661-7372. Copyright 2013 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
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Some other major players in the industry that are a little less expensive (under $30 per month) include: LifeFone , LifeStation , Bay Alarm Medical , Alert1 , LifeGuardian and MedicalAlert . One other unique product worth consideration is the MediPendant which runs under $35 a month. This system allows your mom to speak and listen to the operator directly through the SOS pendant, versus the base station speaker phone, which often makes for easier communication. No-Fee Alerts If you’re looking for a cheaper option, consider a no-fee medical alert device that doesn’t have professional monitoring services. These products, which also come with an “SOS” button and a home base station, are pre-programmed to dial personal contacts (relatives, friends, caregivers or 911) if the SOS button is pushed. Most devices store about four phone numbers, and the system dials each number one-by-one until a connection is made. If you like this style, the Freedom Alert made by LogicMark is a good product that allows you to speak through the pendent.
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You want to be available for your parents, but time and distance may make this near impossible. And providing personal assistance becomes even more difficult when family members live far away. Summerlin Security’s Personal Medical Alert Systems help seniors and their families relax, by knowing that help is just a press of the button away. Most doctors recommend monitored personal medical alarms. The medical community knows even minor falls can have serious physical and psychological consequences if help isn’t readily available. A personal medical alarm system lets you live independently, in your own home. The alternatives to personal alarms are far more threatening to a cherished way of life.
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So what do you get? The BBB has heard from people who took the bait. Some did receive a medical alert product but not the Life Alert system. Others said they didn’t get anything. Either way, there’s that monthly fee to deal with not exactly free. And once you fall for the pitch and give out your credit or debit card number, it isn’t easy to cancel.
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