Making a call for help? Mobile phones aren’t the best option

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

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When a senior lives alone, it usually is more worrisome for the rest of the family than it is for the senior. Seniors may feel safe and secure in familiar surroundings. But, for their loved ones, plaguing questions come to mind, like, “What if they drop their mobile phone, or can’t find it? What if it needs recharging?” Lifeline’s basic communicator offers help 24 hours a day with the push of a button. It sets the standard for medical alert services and provides peace of mind for the subscriber and their families. Every Lifeline unit is personally installed and there is no equipment to buy and no term contracts.

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