Orlando Home Security Medical Emergency
Home medical emergency alert systems a toddler can use.
In an emergency, 24-hour monitoring centers yield a faster response than simply calling 911 on your own.¹ Guardian's U.L.-certified monitoring facility and highly-trained 24/7 personnel allow us to respond to all manner of emergencies in an average of one minute or less. That means 24/7 peace of mind for our customers - and is especially important for households with children or elderly family members.
Personal emergency response system pendants can be worn around the neck or wrist and allow you to trigger the response system from anywhere in or around your home. That means help is always within reach for our elderly customers and those with any kind of medical need or decreased mobility.
VoiceLink™ brings additional help during critical times. This proprietary two-way voice technology lets you speak directly to a monitoring center operator from anywhere in the room, without ever picking up the phone. VoiceLink™ helps monitoring center personnel assist children in an emergency or send help to the elderly when they need it most. VoiceLink™ is a great way to round out any emergency alert system and is included in our Plus and Premium packages.
Handy keyfob transmitters let you arm or disarm your system without using the keypad. Also serving as a panic button, the keyfob increases the range of your emergency protection to the driveway or backyard - anywhere within reach of your wireless security system.
The value of installing a 24/7 emergency alert system is readily apparent when you consider just a few medical emergency statistics:
- A disabling injury occurs every four seconds¹
- For every minute that goes by during a cardiac arrest, chances of survival decrease by 7% to 10%²
- 3.4 million children require emergency treatment each year for injuries sustained in the home³
- Falls are the leading cause of home injury death in persons over 65¹
¹National Safety Council, Data from Injury Facts
²American Heart Association, Sudden Cardiac Death, 2006
³SafeKids Worldwide, Facts about Injuries to Children at Home