FallSafe is the latest technology in personal alarms. The FallSafe fall detector is a wrist or neck worn fall detector that can detect falls and activate the alarm without the user needing to push the button.
Often when an individual has a fall they are physically unable to push the button on a traditional ‘push button’ pendant. This can be because they have either lost consciousness or are physically unable to push the button e.g. following a stroke or heart attack.
Wearing a FallSafe fall detector wristband or pendant means that the alarm can be activated without the user needing to push the button. The FallSafe uses inbuilt sensors to detect falls and links to SureSafe’s 24/7 Connect monitored alarm services meaning that you have absolute peace of mind that your emergency call will be answered.
The FallSafe is a stylish, modern and technologically advanced fall detector which can be worn on the wrist or around the neck. It will automatically raise an alert if it senses the user has fallen, and also enables the wearer to easily call for help manually.
The FallSafe can give confidence to anyone who is at risk of falling, such as people with limited mobility, older people and people with long-term conditions such as epilepsy, diabetes and Parkinson’s disease.
· Water resistant (IP67) – suitable for use in shower, not bath
· Shock resistant
· Length: 37mm
· Width: 33mm
· Thickness: 12.7mm
· Weight: 35g
· Hypoallergenic plastic
Please note that as the nature of a fall can vary dramatically the pendant does not detect 100% of falls but significantly increases the wearers protection. Soft falls e.g. a slide down the wall, or from a chair, may be harder to detect than hard falls e.g. a trip while walking.
SPECIAL OFFER: Please note that this is a 12 month introductory offer. The annual fee increases to £219.00 from year 2 onwards. The £39 set-up fee is a one-off payment, it is not payable in future years. This offer is only available for new customers.
NOTE: The model of alarm base unit supplied may vary from the picture shown.