Phone/Communication Equipment

CPR Protect + Designed For 100% Protection Against Phone Scams For Consumers Suffering from Dementia / Alzheimer's

CPR Protect + Designed For 100% Protection Against Phone Scams For Consumers Suffering from Dementia / Alzheimer's

We all want the older people in our lives to live safely and with independence. With age the risk of trips and falls increases. The potential for medical conditions which place our loved ones in vulnerable positions is a source of concern. The Protect+ is designed to safeguard the most vulnerable while maintaining their active independence.

Allowed Number List
Program all trusted telephone numbers into the Call Blocker. Any caller not on this list will be blocked.

Remote Programming
For ease of use CPR Customer Support can remotely Add or Remove numbers for you.

100% Protection From:
Financial Crime
Scam Calls
Robocalls
Harassment Calls
Unavailable Calls
Overseas call centres
International Calls
The CPR Protect + will also work on Digital PBX systems with analog sockets - Simply Put Call Blocker into a Call Group with an Analogue Handset.

For more Information Please email me Jody.Knight@cprcallblocker.com or 408-872-6822

Categories: 
Phone/Communication Equipment
City: 
Wilmington
States: 
Delaware
Zip code: 
19808-1645
County: 
United States

CPR Call Blocker V2000

These are the phone numbers that everyone should block. These numbers are from scammers who will call you about special get rich quick schemes or fishing for credit card info, etc. If you have other numbers that should be added to this list, please let us know. So long as we can verify them we will add them to the blocked-phone-number-list. 206-455-9045, 206-717-3041, 208-513-1052, 213-213-5204, 234-815-1305 ,301-760-7764, 310-362-3168, 310-929-4833, 315-805-4333,      321-336-0131, 336-663-0638, 360-924-3022, 385-205-6238,408-429-2140, 415-632-1912, 424-738-5899,480-565-7747

If your Company or Platform needs wholesale bulk pricing please contact

Jody.Knight@cprcallblocker.com or  408-872-6822

City: 
Wilmington
States: 
Delaware
Zip code: 
19808-1645
County: 
Wilmington

Video Monitoring For Seniors

 Caring for an elderly loved one is a difficult task. Keeping an eye on your elderly loved ones has never been easier thanks to today’s technology. One way to stay in touch and monitor how your loved one is doing is with a video monitoring system.

By installing a video monitoring system you can help maintain your loved ones independence while remaining at home. Here are a couple of options we found that may be helpful.

 

iWatch Life

iWatchLife combines patented video analytics software with the award-winning Samsung SNH-1011 IP SmartCam to create one of the most advanced DIY home monitoring and security systems on the market.

Some highlights are the ability to create zones within your camera’s field of view. When motion happens within those zones, the SmartCam starts recording to a secure cloud account and immediately sends you an email notification. When you choose to review the event or the live feed, the video streams securely to your laptop, desktop, or iOS or Android smartphone or tablet. Learn more here, http://www.iwatchlife.com/how-it-works/

Alarm.com

Powered by Alarm.com’s industry-leading technology, Wellness leverages real-time data from smart sensors throughout the home or apartment and monitors for dangerous situations or wellness indicators. Unlike traditional Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS), Wellness proactively alerts family members about situations such as nighttime falls, wandering, changes in sleep patterns or sleeplessness, sedentary lifestyles, unusual or erratic eating habits, and others.

Wellness is fully integrated with Alarm.com’s leading smart home technology offering advanced home security with 24/7 professionally monitoring. It’s easy to add new features like energy management and home automation services. In one simple to use solution, Wellness from Alarm.com offers unmatched security and awareness.  Learn more here, https://www.alarm.com/

 

Do your due diligence and research and see which is the best for you and your family.

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Phone/Communication Equipment

Trouble using a cell phone, or smartphone? Jitterbug Touch may be the answer!

David Inns, age 46, was running the consumer division of Bell Mobility in Canada, a wireless company, when he was brought in by San Diego, California-based GreatCall founders Arlene Harris and Marty Cooper to help launch the company in 2006. He wanted to be a part of the new venture because he realized that "the older population was being left behind by technology."

GreatCall's first product was the Jitterbug, a phone that's designed for older customers. That was followed by the Jitterbug touch, a simplified smartphone with a large font. The phones filled a special void for older consumers to help get them connected. Since then, GreatCall has expanded into many different directions, starting a digital health service in 2008. It's been offering new products, like a mobile version of a medical alert device, unveiled in 2011 and an app that provides alerts to family caregivers, as well as the Splash, a waterproof medical alert device.

Inns said annual revenues are "several hundred million a year" and that the company has been experiencing 20 percent growth year-to-year over the past three years. It's gone from zero employees in 2006 to 1,000 today.

Inns' secret to success: A customized experience from top to bottom, including required "sensitivity training" for customer service agents, where they use the products while wearing glasses that simulate glaucoma and gloves that simulate arthritis.

 

Article and image from: 

http://www.cnbc.com/2015/04/08/8-entrepreneurs-serving-the-graying-of-america.html?slide=7

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Phone/Communication Equipment