Personal Emergency Response Systems
Everyone wants to stay in their own home where things are comfortable and familiar. In the event of a fall or emergency, help is available at the push of a button with a personal emergency response system. The system can help you maintain your independence and reduce the worry of living alone.
In an emergency, delayed medical care can jeopardize your recovery. If you are alone, you never know how long it will be before someone realizes you need help. Having access to help at the push of a button can reduce these risks. So don’t wait for a fall or medical emergency.
You can have peace of mind for a little more than $1 a day.
The personal help button connects you to a trained personal response associate who can send help quickly – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
You should wear the personal emergency transmitter all of the time. It is completely waterproof, so you can even wear it in the shower.
Call Home Health and Hospice of Dickinson County to have your unit installed, activated, and ready to use in minutes! There is no equipment to buy and no long-term contract to sign. The number for the Abilene office is (785) 263-6630 and the number for the Herington office is (785) 258-3611.