LifeCall has been in business since 1974. The company's focus has been helping seniors and at-risk individuals. Their family-first orientation through building strong relationships with customers and their families has been a benchmark of their existence for the past 40+ years. To meet the varying needs of their clients.
LifeCall offers multiple medical alert packages:
Each traditional landline-based system includes a base monitoring unit and a personal medical alert button. Every LifeCall system also includes 24/7 access to the company's U.S.-based emergency Response Center. For more active seniors, there are mobile and cellular system options with Fall Detection as well.
The primary benefit of LifeCall is their focus on Fall Detection. If there is no movement or tilt from the user from a horizontal to a vertical position detected after 10 seconds, an unconsciousness alarm will be transmitted to the base monitoring unit, signaling for emergency assistance. The system cost is affordable-on the lower to average side of standard pricing for the personal emergency response industry.
Also noteworthy is LifeCall's in-house, professionally trained EMT emergency response representatives who are available 24/7. Medical training is top priority, so LifeCall employees are qualified to handle all types of emergencies. Every one of the EMTs at LifeCall's Response Center has a minimum of 100 hours training in areas such as cardiac and respiratory emergencies, human anatomy, blood stoppage, trauma management patient assessment and more.
LifeCall's pricing is straightforward and affordable with no additional costs or hidden fees other companies charge-such as equipment fees, activation fees, installation fees, fees for Fall Detection coverage, etc. This greatly lessens the financial burden for seniors and their families.
LifeCall offers a high quality system with plenty of benefits and no hidden fees. With close to no fine print, there isn't much to warn customers about before signing up. If there's anything to be aware of, it's LifeCall's initial 3-month mandatory contract. There is a 14-day money back guarantee to start, but customers must put up a 3-month deposit upon signup.
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