In-Home FallAlert™ System

From: $89.85 every 3 months

This year one in three adults age 65 and older will fall, and two-thirds of those will experience another fall in the following six months. Among older adults, falls are the leading cause of injury.2 For persons who have a history, a fear, or are at risk of falling, LifeCall Medical Alert Systems with FallAlertTM can be an ideal solution – especially if one’s medical history includes a stroke, heart attack, dizziness/lightheadedness or issues with coordination. Featuring the latest and most innovative technology available in the industry, the  FallAlertTM  detection sensors can detect a fall as it occurs and automatically signal the base monitoring unit for assistance.

This product is capatible with landlines only. 

2Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.



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LifeCall’s  FallAlertTM system features a Medical Alert pendant that includes sensors which detect between normal activity and an actual fall. By continuously measuring motion, movement and speed in all directions, the fall detector compares what it senses to what it considers an actual fall. If the FallAlertTM system detects a fall, and if there is no movement or tilt from horizontal to vertical positioning detected after 10 seconds, an unconsciousness alarm will be transmitted to the base monitoring unit, signaling for emergency assistance. The LifeCall emergency Response Center will establish two-way communication promptly and, if there is still no response, they will proceed to follow the pre-designated emergency protocol.

FallAlertTM can provide you with a comprehensive way of managing your risk of falling 24 hours a day and the peace of mind that comes from knowing that if you are unable to respond to an emergency you can still receive help. While automatic fall detection can detect more than 95% of falls, some movements may not be detected. In the event of a fall, if you are able, you should always press the button on the Medical Alert pendant to get help.3

3Certain precautions should be taken, especially those using walkers, wheelchairs, beds with guardrails, or who might encounter objects upon which the cord might become tangled.