JFSA Lifeline - Peace of Mind for Living Independently
JFSA Lifeline is a medical system which enables a person to get emergency help at home. The JFSA Lifeline monitoring unit is connected through the existing telephone line. The individual wears a help button, either as a pendant or on a wristband. In an emergency, the subscriber pushes the Help button and a signal is sent to the 24 hour monitoring center at Philips Lifeline. A trained Personal Response Associate will call out to the person to determine what kind of help maybe needed. If the Associate is unable to hear the individual, a family member, neighbor, or the local police or fire department is contacted to assist. If there is a true emergency and the person is transported to a hospital, family is contacted, even if they live out of town. JFSA Lifeline provides security and peace of mind for the individual and family. Philips Lifeline is the only medical alert system approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
JFSA LIFELINE SPECIAL OFFER
Free installation (a $40 value). For details and to schedule a free in-home demonstration, call Scott Greenwald at 216.378.3439.
When it comes to making the call for help, mobile phones aren't the best option. The best way to stay connected to help is with the new Lifeline and AutoAlert Option.
Questions? Check out our frequently asked questions by clicking here.
JFSA Lifeline program is funded in part by:
Jewish Family Service Association of Cleveland |
The Drost Family Center • 24075 Commerce Park Road • Beachwood Ohio 44122 • 216.292.3999