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With the push of a button in the event of an emergency – fall, medical, fire, intruder or any time you need help – the Care Center relays critical information to first responders, family and/or designees. Specialty options available include falls alert, cellular and mobile personal emergency response systems (PERS). Installation can be provided. Free 2-month trial after hospital or nursing home discharge.
1840 Post Road, Ste 5
844-601-3899 or (715) 204-3448
Lifeline is a 24 hours a day personal response system. You, as a subscriber, wear a small, waterproof personal help button either as a necklace or bracelet. If you need help, one punch of the help button will activate the Lifeline unit installed in your home. Working through your phone line, the Lifeline unit will put you in touch with a caring Lifeline monitor, who will then call for the help you need. This help may be from one of your responders, (friend, neighbor, or relative), or emergency personnel if needed. Lifeline units are installed and serviced locally.
410 Dewey St
Wisconsin Rapids, 54494
FIRSTCALL Medical Monitoring service is a simple, cost-effective solution that allows individuals the satisfaction of independent living. The FIRSTCALL provides peace-of-mind for the person and their family. With a touch of a button (worn around the neck or on the wrist), two-way voice communication is established with the Cooperative Response Center and they will summon help from your custom contact list and/or medical personnel. We do provide the FIRSTCALL Medical Monitoring System throughout Wisconsin, and offer personal installation within a radius of our office in Greenwood, WI. The FIRSTCALL is simple to set up, so if you do live outside of our installation area, we pre-program the unit and ship directly to you. $22.50/month plus tax.
(866) 279-6544 or (715) 267-6544
Programmable two-way voice pendant communication with no monthly fees. Freedom Alert can be programmed to call family, friends, or neighbors, at anytime from anywhere in the home and into the surrounding yard. If the programmed contacts are unreachable – the system can default to call an emergency 911 operator. A power outlet and an active land line are needed for the unit to operate.
Permits people who are elderly or disabled or those just concerned about their safety to summon help 24 hrs. a day by pushing a button on a small device worn as a pendant.
Langlade: Aspirus Langlade Hospital, 112 E 5th Ave, Antigo 54409
Telephone: (715) 623-9422
Lincoln: 1500 O’Day St, Merrill 54452
Telephone: (715) 536-5575
Permits people who are elderly or disabled, or those just concerned about their safety, to summon help 24 hours a day by pushing a button worn as a wristband or neckcord. Standard plan is $25 per month. Also available is the Auto Alert automatic fall detection button worn on a neckcord for $38 per month. For those without a landline the wireless service is $41 per month or with Auto Alert, $56 per month. Also available is the new GoSafe mobile help button, which will send a help signal inside and outside the home, using WiFi, GPS and Intelligent Bread Crumbs to determine your location. GoSafe also includes automatic fall detection. The button is purchased for $149 with a monthly monitoring fee of $54. There is a $35 installation fee for each service. Please call the number above for an application or additional information. All help buttons are waterproof.
333 Pine Ridge Blvd
The program is designed to track, rescue and help those with cognitive conditions who tend to wander, including those with Alzheimer’s, Autism, Down Syndrome, Intellectual Disabilities, and Dementia. Contact for information on initial costs and monthly fees.
Langlade: (715) 627-6411
Lincoln: (715) 536-6272
City of Tomahawk: (715) 453-2121
The program is designed to track, rescue and help those with cognitive conditions in Marathon County who tend to wander, including those with Alzheimer’s, Autism, Down Syndrome, Intellectual Disabilities, and Dementia through the use of a personal transmitter bracelet that emits an individualized tracking signal. Enrollment paperwork can be completed online through Safety Net Tracking Systems via a link from the website above and the transmitter bracelet and batteries will be sent directly to the individual/caregiver. If an individual with the transmitter bracelet is reported missing, inform 911 Dispatch of transmitter bracelet and Marathon County Sheriff’s Department has trained searchers that will complete search and rescue utilizing the tracking signal. Visit the website above for more information regarding the program and cost.
Silver Alerts notify the public when at-risk or vulnerable seniors are missing. For those with Alzheimer’s and dementia but not limited to those over 60 years. Silver Alerts go out by email, text message or fax. Visit their website to sign up.
Individuals diagnosed with medical conditions that may pose a wandering risk can be fitted with a small personal transmitter that emits an individualized tracking signal. If an enrolled person goes missing, the caregiver calls 911 and a trained emergency team responds to locate the missing person. Call for more information and costs.