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Fall Detection Pendant Now Available!

The new and long-awaited automatic fall detection pendant is now available from Assisted Living Technologies. The MyHelp™ with MyActiveAlert Fall Detection pendant is designed to help recognize falls and call for assistance if the personal help button cannot be pressed. We recommend a personal emergency response system for seniors and people who want that extra peace of mind. Our system not only provides help in case of a fall, but also assists with medical, fire and burglary situations.

With a push of a button, or when the MyActive Alert pendant recognizes a fall, you are instantly connected to a certified monitoring center that will assist you with your emergency. The certified monitoring center can connect you to a loved one, caregiver, or dispatch emergency services. View complete details here.

Features of MyHelp with MyActive Alert Fall Detection Pendant

  • Monitored by EMD (Emergency Medical Dispatcher) certified operators
  • 1-2 year battery life on the MyActive Alert pendant
  • 5-7 year battery life on personal help button
  • Instant family notification
  • Can also be used as medical, fire and burglary alert
  • Includes panic button range up to 1,000 feet
  • Base unit back-up battery provides power for up to 80 hours
  • Compatible with traditional phone systems, VOIP and Magic Jack
  • Available for use with land line or cellular technology

The MyHelp with MyActiveAlert Package Includes:

  • MyHelp Personal Emergency Response System
  • MyActive Alert Fall Detection Pendant
  • Wristlet Personal Help Button
  • Phone Cord

View this short video for more information on the fall detection pendant.

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Please contact any of our technology experts at Assisted Living Technologies for more information on the fall detection pendant. (203) 235-TECH (8324)

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