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The Lifeline Service does more than bring you greater peace of mind. It gives you the power to maintain your lifestyle by providingfast access to help in the event of a fall or medical emergency so you can live confidently and independently. Forty years ago, Lifeline invented the medical alert industry and today, we’ve saved more lives than any other medical alert service. We’ve helped more than 7 million seniors feel safe and we’ve been recommended by more than 200,000 healthcare professionals nationwide. Call us today – we’ve got a system that’s right for you.
The GoSafe system includes an in-home communicator that optimizes performance, and a waterproof pendant which features 2-way voice communication, a suite of locating technologies and fall detection capability that can automatically call for help if it detects a fall. GoSafe gets you quickly connected to a Lifeline Response Associate here in the U.S., who will identify your location and contact the help you want - a neighbor, family member, or emergency services.
Monthly service starting at $54.95.
Choose the Standard Service for help at the push of a button. Or, choose the AutoAlert option for an added layer of protection through it's advanced fall-detection capability. Either way, you're quickly connected to a Lifeline Response Associate here in the U.S., who will contact the help you want - a neighbor, family member, or emergency services.
Monthly service starting at $29.95 for HomeSafe Standard, and $44.95 for HomeSafe with AutoAlert.
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Copyright © 2014. All rights reserved. Button signal range may vary due to environmental factors. For new customers only. Not to be combined with any other offer and subject to change without notice. Monthly fees and applicable taxes apply. Other fees may apply. Minimum stay on service may be required. AutoAlert does not detect 100% of falls. If able, users should always push their button when they need help. *A customer phone number is required to enroll in the service. Assumes the location of the communicator is in an area with sufficient access to coverage by the AT&T wireless network.