Lifeline is a personally designed emergency response service that provides support for people, allowing them to remain independent in their own homes.
How Lifeline Works
Lifeline is a system that, with the push of a button, activates a small in-home unit called a communicator. It puts the patient in touch with a Lifeline Monitor who talks to the patient to find out what kind of help they need. The Monitor calls one of the patient’s friends, neighbors, or relatives – “responders” who will go to the patient’s home and check on them. If the patient needs more professional help, the Monitor will call for it immediately.
Lifeline Subscription Information
Anyone interested in the service may become a Lifeline subscriber. Patients need not make a long-term commitment to the program. Those interested in Lifeline may call Lakes Regional Community Health Center at 712-338-9998 for more information.