Company Offers New Walkie-Talkie Style Medical Alarm

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ASA Reports Medical Alarm Users Ten Times Less Likely to Require Nursing Home Admission

Mobile Voice Pendant

The Pittsburgh-based company Automated Security Alert is offering a medical alarm that functions like a walkie-talkie called the Mobile Voice Pendant(MVP). The Mobile Voice Pendant is a small and lightweight device, it’s the world’s smallest two-way medical alarm. The MVP is water-resistant and can be worn in the shower. When a senior citizen pushes the medical alarm button, it activates two-way voice communication that can allow the senior to tell the life safety operator the exact help that they need. The MVP has a range of one acre from the base and is an ideal system for seniors who enjoy being outdoors on their own property.     
The company has said that the MVP is far better protection than a cell phone because one press of a button establishes a connection to get help. In a critical emergency when seconds count, a person might not be able to dial the phone or be able to state that they are having an emergency. If the button is pressed on the MVP and no communication is received, emergency help is sent immediately. Automated Security Alert has stated that research shows that seniors who use a medical alarm are ten times less likely to require admission to a nursing home. Automated Security Alert has medical technicians in all fifty states and they have a reputation for matchless customer service.     

Automated Security Alert, Inc., has provided freedom and security since 1988 to over 60,000 consumers through the use of technology and services that enable seniors, physically-challenged persons and recovering patients to maintain an independent lifestyle in their homes. ASA’s creative, dependable solutions include medical alert systems(personal emergency response systems); fall detection systems; telehealth and medication management systems, including electronic pill dispensers and monitored medication dispensers.

For further information, please contact Matthew Couillard at 1.800.338.7114.

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