How Our Fall Detector Alarm Works
How our fall detector alarms work?
You can wear a personal alarm on your wrist, around your neck as a pendant or simply put in your pocket or handbag. The wristband or pendant features a distinctive SOS button. When you press the button, it will trigger a call to a trained medical operator. They will quickly establish if you need any emergency assistance, arrange that for you and/or contact a next of kin.
A fall may happen where you are unable to push the emergency button, in this instance the automatic fall detector may* connect to a trained operator through the device automatically.
(*some minor falls may not trigger the fall detector)
What are the Benefits of our Fall Detector Alarm?
Independence and Security
Independence, Security and confidence that your parents or vulnerable loved ones can continue to live independently and safely in their homes.
Support 24 hours a day/365 days a year with our emergency monitoring centre which has experienced and certified professionals.
Ability to send an ambulance, police or fire brigade to the home or where ever it is needed in the event of an emergency or assistance needed.
Confidence and Security
How many times have you been worried about leaving your loved ones at home alone? Or how many times have you called and they may not answer? The SOS Button ensures your peace of mind even when you’re not around.
With an application, you can keep an eye on your loved and see their location. If they should suffer a fall or go wondering, you will be notified and given the location of where they are.
Available in 28 Countries
Our service covers Europe. This means that if you live or are on holidays abroad or your parents are abroad, the service will still work alerting you (exc monitoring centre in some countries outside UK and Ireland).
At under £1 per day for the monitoring and free pendant worth £150!
Quick Calls Answered
100% of emergency calls made through our SOS Button are answered in less than 60 seconds.
Geofencing is a location-based GPS service we offer included within the plan. When the GPS location enters or exits a virtual geographic boundary, known as a geofence.
A simple example of geofencing is when a geofence boundary is set up around a persons home, when they enter or exit the defined boundary an alert is sent to a next of kin to advise of the breach of location. This is ideal benefit for people with any form of memory loss, dementia, Alzheimer’s etc.
If you need anymore information about the services we offer, please get in touch and one of our team will get back to you