Be Safer At Home is a medical alert service. In case of a medical emergency, you push your Help Button to receive help. Our Response Center will pick up the call and send you the help you need, as well as notify anyone you would like (i.e. a family member, friend, etc). Our operators are on hand to help you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Only information that you provide us. This may include your medical history, allergies and any special instructions. It may also include a list of people to contact (e.g., family members, friends, clergy). We also have access to emergency phone numbers for all areas of the country.
It all starts with our superior level of customer service. As a privately held, family-run business, we answer only to our customers. When you call Be Safer At Home, you always speak directly with a live operator rather than a recording. We treat you the way we would want our own family members to be treated.
Be Safer At Home is covered under a Medicaid waiver program in most states. It is not covered by Medicare. Many long-term home health care insurance policies, state, and local organizations, and programs also cover Be Safer At Home. Please contact us to see if you qualify for any mentioned.
No. Be Safer At Home requires no long-term contract or commitment. If you're not completely satisfied, we will cancel the service and pick up the equipment at no charge, no questions asked. Be Safer At Home is a small price to pay for your safety and security.
Yes, however we only accept MasterCard, Visa, and Discover.
Yes. Your Help button can operate up to 600 feet from the base unit. This means you can walk out to your garden, sit on your porch and more - all with knowing you are in safe hands.
If you happen to hit the button by mistake, don't worry: There are no consequences or fees associated with accidental presses. In fact, we encourage you to try out the equipment whenever you like to make sure you're comfortable using it.
Yes. You can wear it in the bath or shower, places where accidents are most likely to occur.
Falls or medical emergencies occur when you least expect them. If you experience a medical emergency or a fall, and need help, you might not be unable to get to a telephone. In this case, 911 won't help. With Be Safer At Home, you just touch a button worn on your wrist or a pendant worn around your neck. Our highly trained Response Center Monitors know who you are, where you are and how to help. Also, we're able to notify your family and friends about what has happened, which 911 WON'T do.
Call our office and we will gladly tell you more about us. Inside Massachusetts: (781) 938-7377 Outside Massachusetts: (866) 513-7377