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Senior Alert Button RA911 by Rescue Alert Provides Emergency Assistance Away From Home
Date:6/24/2012

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (PRWEB) June 24, 2012

A major provider of personal emergency response systems and senior alert buttons, Rescue Alert of California announced the release of its “always on” RA911 mobile medical alarm, providing users peace of mind and security “on the go”.

Accessibility and Dependability

The RA911 is a wearable medical alert device that is capable of alerting and instantly contacting the monitoring and response center anywhere, at any time of the day or night, seven days a week. It features a highly durable construction and waterproof designed to withstand any outdoor condition.

The RA911 is different from Rescue Alert of California’s regular in-home medical alert system, in which the alert device the customer wears is constantly tethered “wirelessly” to the home base unit that is connected to the home’s phone. RA911 uses the same technology as a regular mobile phone, and can easily connect to help as long as there is a cell phone signal in the area. A single press of the panic button activates the alarm and connects the user with one of Rescue Alert of California’s care specialists.

Easy to Use

Like Rescue Alert of California’s other medical alert devices, the RA911 is worn around the neck like a necklace, the alert device only needs to be pressed once in the event of any emergency. The wearable alert device has built-in speakers and microphone that ensure clear two-way communication between the user and the monitoring response center. In the event the wearer’s mobility is limited, they can speak with a response center attendant while their condition and location is determined.

Coverage for All Types of Assistance

While a wearable senior alert button such as the RA911 is mainly used for medical emergencies, the “anytime, anywhere” nature of the RA911 makes it highly suitable for all types of emergencies outdoors.

Highly Affordable

Despite its advanced features, Rescue Alert of California’s RA911 personal emergency response system can easily be added on to an in-home system for $10 per month, regardless of the type of subscription (monthly, quarterly, or annual).

For further information on Rescue Alert of California’s RA911 and RA400 services and additional features, please visit their official website at http://www.rescuealertofca.com or call 1-888-222-2304 toll free.

Rescue Alert of California is the premiere medical alert system provider and has designed its products and services to respond with speed, accuracy, and dependability. They have specialized in elderly emergency medical alarm services for over 20 years. These extensive years of experience, engineering, and research have brought about the highest level of senior medical care.

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