Use the Senior Home Central product finder to find the specific medical alert you need. For home alerts, choose a landline or use the service’s cellular signal. For alerts away from home, choose a pendant signal, a pendant with two-way communication, and location detection features.
This article makes it easy to understand the Alert1 medical emergency alert options and packages. Read this article before choosing your medical alert system.
Let’s fix the fact that MobileHelp choices seem so complicated. The choices boil down to just a few key differences. Once you know what they are, it’s easier to choose a medical alert.
Choose MobileHelp medical alert coverage at home, away from home, or both. Choose a landline or cell connection at home. Choose a wearable button and pocket communicator, or a wearable communicator for mobile coverage. Add fall detection to any package, and location tracking to any mobile medical alert.
Learn how a medical alert works, so you can make an informed decision when choosing yours. This is the research I would do for my mom if I were buying her a medical alert service. It’s about compliance. If you don’t wear the button, you don’t really have a medical alert system.