Racine, WI
 
"Beverly, this is Mary from Alert Care America central station, do you need help?"

 "Oh, hello. No everything is just fine. I must have accidentally hit my button."

 "Oh, that's alright," Mary said. "Just know that you can call us anytime you need." 

 "While I've got you on the phone," Beverly said, "at the end of December, I fell outside and pressed my button. I really think it saved my life. It was freezing and it was getting dark. It wasn't long after I used my button that my son came, and later, the police. I had broken my femur in two places"  

Beverly continued, "I've told everyone, 'You know, if I hadn't had that button, I would have just laid there and just froze to death.'"   

Getting emotional, Beverly concluded, "I thank you all for being there for me. I don't know what I'd do without you."

  Beverly's rescuer that day was Alert Care America operator Natalie, who followed all procedures correctly to quickly get help to Beverly.
 
 
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There are many different circumstances contributing to the need for a medical alert system. If someone is at risk of losing their independence, their opportunity to make choices, or they are alone for any part of the day or night, they are candidates for Alercare America’s personal emergency alert services.

While most emergency response subscribers are interested in a senior alarm, there are many other uses for Personal Emergency Response Systems. Our short-term subscribers often use medical emergency alarm monitoring while recovering from surgery. Alertcare America’s month-to-month service option is an ideal choice in such cases. Our emergency alerts can also be configured to operate silently and are used as a silent alarm for domestic violence victims. See the bulleted list below for more suggested uses of Emergency Alert Systems.

  • 55 plus years of age
  • Death of a spouse
  • Falling tendencies
  • Latch-Key children
  • Non-English speaking
  • Physically disabled persons
  • Poor motor or dexterity skills
  • Mentally disabled persons
  • Recuperation after surgery
  • Rehabilitation after injury
  • Domestic violence victim
  • Living alone
  • Illness

We would love to hear from you about your experiences or need for emergency alert services.