What is ALERTLINK?
ALERTLINK is a personal alert system that links you with 24-hour assistance at the push of a button. It allows you to move freely around your home or yard with the confidence of knowing that if you need help, all you need to do is press the personal help button worn on a neck chain or wristband.
How the System Works
As an ALERTLINK client, you will receive a personal help button that you may wear around your neck or on your wrist. The ALERTLINK console is connected to your telephone line. When you fall and/or press your personal help button or the emergency bar on your console unit, trained personnel receive your help call and immediately attempt to make voice contact with you. If assistance is needed, they will contact one of your “responders”—relatives or neighbors you have previously designated. In more serious situations, an ambulance or police will be dispatched for help.
How to Receive this Service
If you would like to receive this service, or if you would like more information, please call Interfaith Caregivers at 526-4684. If you decide ALERTLINK is right for you, we will schedule an appointment with Interfaith staff who will install the unit, explain how to use it, complete paperwork, and answer questions.
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