When caring for the elderly, there are a number of important things you have to take into consideration. As well as the possibility of nursing home care and long-term care, there is an increase in the number of older people who have complex needs. There is also an increase in the amount of home support given to older people.
The Doctor Alert system produce you contact to emergency help wherever you are, 24/7 days a week—so you and your loved ones can enjoy peace of mind in knowing that you’re never alone.
Wear our emergency alert bracelet or pendant at all times, so if you find yourself alone in a crisis situation and all you have to do is push the button to get connected to help directly through the system’s base. No need to struggle to the phone or to dial numbers. You simply get help at the push of a button.
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Your device will send alert message to all the registered phone numbers and start contacting them one after the other till the call is attended. The 24/7 care centre will also be alerted and you will be attended by an operator from the care centre.
You need not worry. The care centre has a system of testing your device remotely. Alternatively you also can long press the “Call” button by the side of your device to call your caregiver number and talk to him/her.
As the device is mobile based and is GPS enabled, you can move with it anywhere and you will be trackable.
Yes your device is water resistant. It can be used while bathing but should not be imersed in chlorinated water.
Yes you can. It has a two way speaker system.
We recommend that you keep the pendant within reach while sleeping.
Yes, You can use any lanyard with this device.
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