CallToU Replaces Shouting for Help at Home

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from: Longevity Explorers | Saratoga Retirement Community

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Explorer Don describes an in-home call pendant system that sounds remotely when activated, saving the user from having to shout loudly in an effort to alert a helper.

Don goes on to say that CallToU is an interesting gadget that has changed the way he and his spouse communicate when in separate rooms of their home. When the wearer presses the pendant, an annunciator tone sounds to alert the hearer that they are needed. 

The group asks a series of questions that clarify the design and use of the product.

 

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wearable tech, emergency pendant, call system, wireless caregiver call button