Personal emergency response systems and home health monitoring and communication systems
For people who live at home who may need emergency assistance. Worn as a bracelet or necklace in the home, can call for assistance 24/7. Monthly fee. Local program thru University Medical Center at Princeton : (609) 497-4941
American Medical Identifications Inc. Engraves name, medical condition, prescriptions, other information on identification bracelet or necklace.
Emergency call button that is based on AT&T cell service, includes GPS tracker.
Outfits eligible residents suffering from Alzheimer's disease or other illnesses that may cause wandering with tracking bracelets. The bracelet transmits a signal to a radio receiver in the event that the wearer becomes lost. Contact the Mercer County Sheriff's office at (609) 989-6111 or (609) 278-7159 and ask for Project Lifesaver. Other phone numbers: 877 580-5433 or (732) 272-5466 .
For the Project Lifesaver International, call 877 580-5433. This organization also assists in finding persons who have wandered.
Web site: www.projectlifesaver.org
Home monitor system, "early detection and warning system that can enable caregivers to recognize emerging problems.."
A Program of the Alzheimers Association and MedicAlert. There is a fee for the bracelet plus an annual fee.
5Star works nationwide and provides you with access to help anytime, anywhere wireless coverage is available.
The Princeton Senior Resource Center does not endorse any of the resources listed on these pages. We collect and provide information from many sources as a service to those seeking services in the Princeton area. No listed provider pays to be in our directory.