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HomeSafe with AutoAlert
For a reasonable monthly fee, you can have the security and peace of mind of a medical alarm right at your fingertips.
Getting a medical alert device is a very personal decision and we are here to help in any way we can. We want to provide information and support, but ultimately, it’s your life and your choice. As you compare options, contact our Client Representative who can put together a service plan that is right for you and your budget.
As a service of the Victoria General Hospital Foundation, we are invested in the health and well-being of the people in our community. Whether you’re being discharged from the hospital or living with a chronic condition, our goal is to help you live at home for as long as possible.
With no long-term contract and no obligation to buy the equipment up front, you can use Lifeline for as little or as long as you need. You’ll never have to worry about costly service charges because service calls are free for as long as you have Victoria Lifeline.
comfortable to wear
bath or shower with the
Response Centre if a power
failure or low battery is detected
If you’re still not sure which service plan is right for you, please Contact Us and book a free consultation with a trained educator who can asses your needs to find the right fit. Our educators can also provide other important resource information to help you remain independent in your own home.
No landline home phone? We now have a wireless option!
With more people choosing cellular phones over a traditional landline service, we now have a wireless option. The Lifeline wireless communicator connects to the Response Centre using a third party wireless network. No additional wireless equipment is needed. Call our office today to find out more.
*Wireless communicator relies on cellular network availability.
*Range varies. Range in and around your home must be tested. With the GoSafe button, Lifeline may not always be able to determine your location.
**AutoAlert does not detect 100% of falls. If able, you should always press your button if you need help.