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Comparing *Life Alert ® and Senior Safety Systems
It’s important when searching for a system for your senior loved one to research beyond the names you see on the TV or in magazines. While that advertising money might mean that they are one of the largest providers, it does not automatically make them the best fit for your situation. Nowadays, everyone has heard of Life Alert. They are a household name like Kleenex or Coke, and Life Alert for medical alert systems. Life Alert’s medical alerts are often compared to Senior Safety’s medical alert systems. Life Alert cost varies starting at $29.95 per month for the basic program that requires a 3 year contract; you can also add more features to your order as needed and pay more monthly. The cost for our Home Alert System is only $19 per month with no long term contracts. Plus, you can cancel at anytime! Most people consider our Senior Safety service to be one of the best alternatives to a Life Alert System.
We take great pride in our caring Customer Service (truly the most important part of any senior monitoring service). Often we spend more than an hour helping our clients out over the phone… we take all the time they need. It’s clear to us that as age creeps up on us, sometimes we need a little more caring help… someone to listen to you.
While Life Alert provides good equipment and monitoring, their 3 year contract is cumbersome and unnecessary for most seniors’ situations. Considering the number of solid alternatives available, We would recommend researching a good amount before signing up for ANY medical alert service.
Frequently Asked Questions
For Comparing Life Alert to Senior Safety
How much does Life Alert cost compared to Senior Safety?
Our research shows that Life Alert’s lowest price for their in-home service that requires a land line is $29.95 per month where the same system and service with our company is only $19 per month. Additionally, Life Alert charges fees for equipment and setup where we do not.
Why is your Senior Safety more affordable than Life Alert?
In a lot of cases, the reason why a company like Life Alert will charge more for their service than other companies is because of advertising costs. Life Alert runs commercials on television where companies like us do not. Therefore you can get the same service with us that you would get with Life Alert for a fraction of the cost.
If I have Life Alert now, can I cancel and switch to Senior Safety?
You will want to make sure you are no longer under contract with Life Alert before ordering a medical alert system with us. Life Alert usually requires a 2-3 year contract when you sign up.
Why have I heard of Life Alert and Lifeline but not Senior Safety?
Most people know Life Alert and Philips Lifeline because of commercials and ads they see in magazines. We do not pay for that kind of advertising, which in the long run is better for people who find us because you get the same service as Life Alert or Lifeline for a better price and with no long-term contract.
If your company charges less than Life Alert, will the quality of service be any different?
While it may seem like paying less means you will get less service, that will not be the case. In fact, many customers who have switched from Life Alert seem to find our service more pleasurable as well as more affordable.
Life Alert seems to have been around forever. How long as Senior Safety been in business?
While it’s true that Life Alert has a lot of experience in the medical alert industry, so does our company. Senior Safety started back in 1991 and has been owned and operated by the same person all these years!
Is Life Alert the name of a company or is the actual system called a life alert system?
Just how we all mostly refer to a tissue as a Kleenex, the same things happens with referring a medical alert system to a life alert. Life Alert became such a house hold name due to their catchy slogan that most people just think the systems are called life alerts.
* Life Alert ® is a registered trademark of Life Alert Emergency Response, Inc.
** Philips Lifeline ® is a registered trademark of Koninklijke Philips N.V.