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Pittsburgh’s ASA Offers World’s Smallest Two-Way Voice Medical Alarm

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Automated Security Alert has a simple solution for senior citizens and recovering patients who want to be active outdoors but who may need a medical alarm: The Mobile Voice Pendent, or the MVP. Just one of the company’s many products for helping individuals who want to age in place, the MVP is unique because it is the world’s smallest two-way voice medical alarm. With the MVP’s 600 foot range from the base it makes a great option for people who enjoy being outside. Although the product is great for any time of the year, it can be especially helpful in the winter when seniors can be far more likely to fall on the ice. If a senior falls while crossing the street to get the mail or while shoveling their sidewalk, one push of a button will connect them to a Life Safety Operator who will send immediate help.

Jason Seyler, Automated Security Alert’s Life Safety Director is really excited about the product and commented, “The MVP is for people who like to take walks around their property. If they are out in the garden or walking to get the mail, the MVP is a great solution.” It can also offer new freedom to seniors who have been afraid to leave the house due to falling. Walking outdoors can be a great way for seniors to stay fit, which is essential for their health. With a coverage range of 600 feet (or the length of two football fields), seniors can enjoy being outside and yet still be able to get help if they need it.

Automated Security Alert is headquartered in Munhall, Pennsylvania and has additional offices in Philadelphia and Cleveland, Ohio. The company has technicians in all fifty states which allow the company to offer its services to private individuals and to medical and nursing facilities all around the nation.    

For further information, please contact Matthew Couillard at 1.800.338.7114.

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