HomeSafe with AutoAlert

Once seniors leave your care, it is nearly impossible to guarantee their safety. Philips Lifeline’s in-home system, provides seniors easy, fast access to help 24/7/365..

A fast response cycle
Help in three easy steps
A fast response cycle

Help signaled

The seniors you serve will be connected to Lifeline’s Response Center when they push their Lifeline help button. If they have AutoAlert, it will automatically call for help if it detects a fall.

A reassuring voice

A caring Lifeline Response Associate will quickly accessthe senior’s personal profile, assess the situation, and identify the location through the in-home Communicator or GoSafe pendant.

Assistance on the way

The Lifeline Response Associate will contact the preferred form of help – a neighbor, family member, or emergency services – and will follow up to confirm that help arrives.

For every fall, time is of the essence.

That’s why AutoAlert is the most proven fall detection technology in the U.S. today. It detects greater than 95% of falls—and alerts Lifeline automatically in case seniors are unable to push their button. Every second it saves could be a lifesaver.

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*Based on the number of detected falls that have been reported to Philips Lifeline by U.S AutoAlert subscribers for the period of January 2012 through July 2012. Undetectable falls can include a gradual slide from a seated position – such as from a wheelchair – which may not register as a fall.

AutoAlert does not detect 100% of falls. If able, seniors should always push the button if they need help. Button signal range may vary due to differing environmental factors. Caution: To reduce any risk of strangulation, Philips Lifeline neck cords are designed to break apart under certain conditions. However, any cord worn around the neck can pose a strangulation risk, including the possibility of death and serious injuries. This may be of more concern to wearers in wheelchairs, using walkers, using beds with guard rails, or who might encounter other protruding objects upon which the cord can become tangled.