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OverviewIn case of an emergency, the control panel has a two-way voice speakerphone that allows you to communicate with our Emergency Response Centre, from anywhere. The panel can also be programmed for medication reminders for those who would benefit from such a service.
The personal help button is water resistant up to 3 feet and has a range of up to 600 feet from the main unit. A press of the button will send a signal for help through the panel to Direct Alert's Emergency Response Centre.
The button can be worn to fit your lifestyle. You can wear it on your wrist or as a necklace and it can also be used to answer the phone.
How does DirectAlert work?
• If you need help, push your personal help button and your panel will send a signal to Direct Alert's Emergency Response Centre that help is needed.
• A trained professional from Direct Alert's Canada medical alarm system team communicates with you through the two-way voice panel and makes sure that you get the help you need without delay.
• Your emergency contacts will be notified.
• If you press your personal help button and cannot answer, Direct Alert's Emergency Response team sends help immediately-whether it is an ambulance, family member, friend, or neighbour-and they stay on the line with you until help arrives.