Mobile Medical Alert

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LiveLife Personal Mobile Alarms

We believe there’s no need to pay for monthly monitoring fees when you can instead be monitored by the people who love you & know you the most – friends and family.

We believe you should be protected all over Canada, not just at home. We believe that if you fall, you should expect to be rescued quickly, no matter where you are in Canada.

We believe in saving lives, extending independence & creating peace of mind for families and friends. New 4GX 2020 model.

Go anywhere in Canada knowing help is just a press of a button away. No false alarms and this alarm “talks” to you, guiding you through your emergency call sequence.

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How the Live Life Mobile Alert works. Uses best available 4GX mobile signal and Swiss precision GPS. 

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Who needs one? The case for medical alarms and why falling is so common.

When it comes to falls the statistics are perhaps surprising. Most people don’t know that 1 in 3 people over 65 years have a substantial fall in any given year. Falls are the leading cause of injury-related hospital admissions in people aged over 65.

Sixty percent of falls occur at home. They usually occur when getting out of a chair, bed or when going to the toilet. More active seniors fall in the street, shops or parks often alone.

Older people are at increased risk because normal ageing often involves worsening balance, eyesight, muscle tone & slower reactions.

Getting help after a fall

Getting help quickly after an immobilizing fall improves the chance of survival by 80% and increases the likelihood of a return to independent living.

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