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There are multiple applications for the LiveLife Mobile Alarm
Ideal for seniors, but also ideal for many others in the community or workforce. Here are some typical situations where the LiveLife Mobile Alarm can be used to provide safety, freedom and peace of mind.
Elderly who are still Independent and Active
If you are a senior who is active and leaves the home alone, the LiveLife Mobile Alarm allows you to have an emergency alarm will you at all times. Having a fall within or outside of your home? You can quickly get help by pressing the help button. Your contacts will know where you are using built-in GPS and Google Maps. You also have the option to turn on the Fall Detector feature which will trigger calls for you if you are unable to press the help button.
Seniors who live alone without a landline
Many elderly people live at home alone without an active landline. This is where the LiveLife Mobile Alarm comes in. Having a landline installed can be expensive for seniors. Adding the cost of a landline alarm service can cost a significant amount of money with monthly monitoring fees.
Elderly people who have a history of falls or who suffer from vertigo
The LiveLife Mobile Alarm will protect you while you are away from your home. Working in the garden, going to the mall or taking a walk in the park. Whatever activity you may be doing. By activating the Fall Detection option, the alarm will send out text messages to your contacts when you fall, showing your location via GPS and Google Maps.
People suffering from Dementia and people who are at risk of Wandering
The LiveLife Mobile Alarm includes features ideal to ensure the safety of those prone to Wandering. Family and caregivers can sent a text message to the alarm to immediately find out the users location on Google Maps.
The alarm also has a Geo-Fencing feature which can be set to send messsages when the user strays outside of a defined radius. Ideal for those living at home alone or even those in nursing homes or retirement villages.
People with Disabilities
Many people suffer from disabilities or other conditions that put them at risk. These people can quickly call for help, no matter where they are.
A Panic Alarm when there is an Intruder
The alarm can be used when the user suspects there may be an intruder, or when walking alone outside feeling unsafe or threatened.
People working alone
Many workers are required to work alone outdoors or in remote areas. Some have to perform dangerous tasks outside of normal work hours. The alarm can be used to ensure the safety of these workers. This allows the employer an easy way to help in the case of an emergency.
Children who are unaccompanied
Children who are unaccompanied or unsupervised while travelling. In many cases, children are travelling long distances be road or plane. A child can wear the pendant in order to allow the parent to track their exact location. This provides extra peace of mind knowing they get from point A to B without getting lost or harmed.
Skiers, hikers, mountain climbers and recreational staff
The LiveLife Mobile Alarm uses the 3G mobile network which has the widest coverage across Canada and the USA. It can be very helpful for people in remote locations to send a help message which will display their location via Google Maps.
There really is no limit to the usefulness of the LiveLife Mobile Alarm!