From Lakeland Community Hospital Watervliet Auxiliary
Lifeline can give you, or someone you love, the confidence to maintain independence. To continue living the way you want - in your own home.
Help is available 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week whenever you need it. One press of a lightweight, waterproof personal help button (worn as a necklace or bracelet) activates your in-home Lifeline unit. Within seconds a Lifeline Monitor will be on the line to find out what kind of help you need.
The Lifeline Monitor can contact one of your "responders" - a friend or relative who has agreed to come to your home and assist you when necessary. If your responders are not available, or you need more professional help, the Monitor will call for it immediately. And if you should press your button and are unable to speak, the Monitor knows exactly what to do.
Lifeline is the oldest and largest personal emergency response system in the United States and Canada. Lifeline programs serve more than 200,000 individuals, allowing them to live active, independent lives.
With Lifeline, your loved ones can have peace of mind too. They can rest assured that you're safe, secure, and happy in your home.
The price of Lifeline services is surprisingly affordable. And there's no need to make a long-term commitment. For more information about becoming a subscriber with the Lifeline Program offered by the Lakeland Community Hospital Watervliet Auxiliary, call (269) 463-2231.