Emergency Response Systems Support Aging in Place

Emergency Response Systems Support Aging in Place

For builders with customers who have aging in place on their minds, emergency response systems and health concerns are certainly something to emphasize.

Nortek Security & Control LLC, which focuses on security and health and wellness in the home control markets, just announced that it’s offering an emergency response system that is supported by Security Central and A.P.I. Monitoring services.

Numera Libris mobile Personal Emergency Response Systems is a feature-rich mPERS device tailored for instant, hands-free communication. It utilizes GPS location services, cellular connection and fall detection.

This emergency response systems technology is extremely key for homebuyers looking to age in place. 

“Mobile health devices are critical for aging adults who want to stay in their homes as long as possible, and we believe the Numera Libris solution offers the best combination of technology and functionality to help people live longer, healthier and more independently in their homes,” says Lewis Jacobson, director of dealer sales, A.P.I. Monitoring, in a recent press release.

With the functionality of mPERS and a personal health device combined, Numera Libris has the convenience of being able to travel anywhere, and its communication abilities with Security Central or A.P.I Monitoring propel it even further as a leader in the healthcare field.

Most importantly, given that every second matters in emergency situations, Numera Libris does not require the push of a button to send out a 9-1-1 alert to the proper authorities. This will help to put the minds of aging in place clients at ease.

About The Author

Greg Vellante is a staff writer and multimedia specialist at TecHome Builder, as well as a content coordinator for AE Ventures events. He has over a decade of experience writing for various publications on topics that range from cinema to editorials to home technology. His favorite technologies fall into the A/V and home entertainment realm, and he’s keeping a close eye on the rising trends in robotics and virtual/augmented reality. Greg resides in Boston, holds a degree in Media Studies from Emerson College and pursues screenwriting/filmmaking in his free time.

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