An emergency situation can arise in a matter of moments, and a matter of life and death can be decided in mere seconds. If and when you ever find yourself in a medical emergency situation, you need to be able to alert someone and ask for help immediately. In any given situation, you won’t always have your cell phone on you, and, even if you do, some situations arise that can prevent you from being able to speak or communicate effectively, or you may simply run out of time before help is reached.
American Medical Alarms provides the solution in the form of an easy-to-use, state-of-the-art medical alert system. Your medical alert will come in the form of a pendant, easily worn around the neck or wrist, and a two-way transmitter. The pendant is water-resistant, light-weight, and easy to access any time you are in need of emergency medical assistance. All it takes is a push of the button on your pendant and one of our professionally-trained operators will contact you through your transmitter device, find out your needs, and send you assistance, whether that means sending paramedics or simply contacting your neighbor or family member.
Why is it important to have a medical alert system installed in your home? Because accidents and falls are one of the leading causes of death among seniors over the age of 65, and many of these deaths could have easily been prevented with the use of a medical alert device. One in three seniors over the age of 65 will fall each year, with complications ranging from mild to extremely serious, and in some instances, a senior can be rendered completely immobile after a fall, unable to reach out for help.
Signs will often present themselves right before a fall - dizziness, fatigue, instability - and having access to a medical alert alarm system can often times save a life before it is too late. A membership with American Medical Alarms is only $23.95 a month and the equipment is completely free - take the first step in preventing injuring and possibly saving your life by visiting us online at www.americanmedicalalarms.com today!