UP TO 30 DAY BATTERY LIFE
MyHelp GO Plus with GPS retains up to 7 days of battery life.
Can be submerged up to 1 meter in water for 30 minutes.
WiFi LOCATION SERVICES
MyHelp Go+ GPS can detect WiFi hotspots around the user to enable care specialists to locate the user in an emergency and to help determine if the user is at home.
Certified on Verizon & AT&T 4G LTE Networks.
How it Works
Place the unit on the cradle charger to ensure the battery is charged to 100%. A solid Red status light signifies 100% battery.
Press and hold the call button until the blue call light around the button is solid Blue.
Once connected to an operator, let them know you are testing or if it is an emergency.
Wear the device so it is there when you need it!
Medical alert systems are designed to get loved ones medical help promptly, specifically those who are a fall risk. The equipment typically consists of two components: First is the base station, which plugs into a standard electrical outlet and a standard phone jack. Second, the transmitter – a wearable help button usually worn as a necklace or wrist band. During an emergency, the user would press their medical alert button and it will transmit a signal to our 24/7 USA-Based monitoring center. A trained dispatcher will come over the device speaker to check the user’s status and send necessary help.
Assisted Living Technologies provides full services nationwide.
Once the order is place, we will have your medical alert system in the mail within 1-2 business days. Typically, the unit will arrive within 5-9 business days after shipment, depending on your location and weather conditions. Express shipping is also available. The system can be installed and tested as soon as the user receives it.
Your system will be set off as it would in a real emergency, but don’t panic. A dispatcher will come over the base unit to check if you need help. Simply let them know everything is okay and it was an accident. Please make sure you respond to them or they might think it is a real emergency and contact your family and/or send emergency personnel to your house.