Does Your Loved One Need Emergency Response USA's Safety Monitoring?
Answer the following questions to determine if an Emergency Response USA safety monitoring system is right for your loved one.
- Does your loved one live alone?
- Is your loved one 65 years of age or older?
- Has your loved one fallen in the last 3 years?
- Are you worried about your loved one falling and not being able to reach the phone?
- Are you worried about your loved one falling in the shower?
- Does your loved one have difficulty using steps or standing up?
- Does your loved one have any one of these medical conditions: heart condition, diabetes, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), osteoporosis, arthritis?
- Does your loved one have poor vision and find it easier to simply press a button than use a standard telephone?
- Does your loved one use a cane for balance or walking?
- Are you worried about your loved one when he or she is home alone?
- Is it important for your loved one to continue living independently?
Count your "Yes" answers to see if your loved one needs an Emergency Response USA system.
0-2 Yes answers Not required
Your loved one's health and living situation don't require a safety monitoring system, but it can provide peace of mind against the unexpected.
3-5 Yes answers Moderate need
Your loved one is at risk for a fall or other incident. A safety monitoring system helps ensure that aid can get to them quickly.
6-8 Yes answers Highly recommended
Several factors put your loved one at fairly high risk of a fall or other incident. To maintain their independence, a safety monitoring system is highly recommended.
9-11 Yes answers Urgent need
Your loved one is at very high risk of an incident requiring medical attention. A safety monitoring system is strongly advised.