Brilliant Technology For Those Who Can’t Use Their Hands

January 19, 2012

Automated Security Alert provides option for United Cerebral Palsy clients.

Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) January 19, 2012

Push button medical alarms are great for people who can use the technology to call for help when they need it, but push button alarms won´t be of any help to people who can´t use their hands to activate the alarm. Pittsburgh-based Automated Security Alert is now working with United Cerebral Palsy to offer a device to their clients called the “sip n puff” that allows the user to activate a medical alarm by blowing into a straw. This device is a creative way to fulfill an important need.

Jason Seyler, Automated Security Alert´s Director of Life Safety is glad that his company can be of service. He said of the new arrangement with United Cerebral Palsy, “There are many consumers that do not have the ability to press a button. This is why Automated Security Alert works with many manufacturers and prescribes the right solution for each individual.” Although Automated Security Alert is devoted to giving physically disabled persons and senior citizens the freedom to remain in their own homes while enjoying the security of knowing that help is available 24 hours a day, the company´s services can also be an enormous weight off the shoulders of loved ones and live-in caretakers by providing monitored medication dispensers, monitored smoke detectors, and numerous other products that can save lives and send emergency help immediately.

Visit http://www.ucpclass.org for more information about United Cerebral Palsy.

Automated Security Alert, Inc., has provided freedom and security since 1988 to over 60,000 consumers through the use of technology and services that enable seniors, physically-challenged persons and recovering patients to maintain an independent lifestyle in their homes. ASA´s creative, dependable solutions include medical alert systems (“personal emergency response systems”); fall detection systems; and medication management systems, including electronic pill dispensers and monitored automated medication dispensers.

For further information, please contact Matthew Couillard at 1.800.338.7114.


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