300 Canadians can get a free fall alert system if they have 4 or more ‘fall risk factors’ … see if you qualify
Thanks to a little-known program started by Royal Canadian Navy Veteran and Pulse Alert founder Todd Griffiths, older Canadians considered a ‘high fall risk’ are getting over $700.00 in upfront savings! This program includes all of their life safety systems; the in-home device, on-the-go help button and their brand new emergency alert Smartwatch.
It also includes a Fall Prevention Exercise Kit they just launched which is an app you can install on your phone or computer with an exercise program made by a Physiotherapist targeted specifically at helping with fall prevention. Comes with an exercise band too!
After being impacted by the loss of his grandfather due to a fall, Todd started this program to help protect as many ‘high fall risk’ seniors as possible. Especially those who are alone for long periods of time, or have certain health issues that can lead to falling or medical emergencies.
The problem is that cost is typically the biggest reason why many don’t have one, even though they really need one.
So by paying for all of the expensive upfront costs of the equipment and activation with local emergency services, all Canadians have to pay for is the 24/7 emergency monitoring. This allows folks (and their family) to finally have the confidence and peace of mind to live safely in their own home despite the risks.
The time to act is right now.
This promotion was recently launched on TV so the 300 free life safety devices will go quickly.
Step 1: Click your age range or the button below.
Step 2: Once you go through the short fall risk self-assessment, you will get your fall risk score. If you have a score of 4 or more, you’re considered high fall risk and you would immediately qualify for the program.
Step 3: Provide your contact details to reserve your free device and one of their life safety consultants will contact you with more information.