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From: "Bill Lewis"
Subject: Re: My dad had a stroke. Need something so he can call for help.
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 19:28:06 +0100
Organization: Kijoma Solutions Ltd
Reply-To: "Bill Lewis"
NNTP-Posting-Date: 17 Sep 2002 18:46:52 GMT
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the cordless doorbell idea sounds the cheapest and fairly elegant too.
"Charles Edmondson" wrote in message
> Bored With the Bitch wrote:
> > I need to pick your brains about available gadets. My Dad just got
> > home this evening from spending the last 5 days in the hospital
> > recovering from a stroke. When it struck, he had been calling for
> > several seconds before I heard him and got to his room. So what I am
> > wondering is, do you know of any device that can be worn around the
> > wrist that will send a signal to another wristband? What we're after
> > a simple one-touch gadet that will alert me he needs help, something
> > that will signal me within about 50 yards or so. It should be audible
> > even outside, and preferably it could vibrate since the rare times I
> > listen to music I like headphones. I haven't started searching
> > for it since he just OK'd the idea this evening, so please don't assume
> > I'm familiar with anything yet.
> > Thanks for anything you can suggest.
> > Erikc (alt.atheist #002) | "An Fhirinne in aghaidh an tSaoil."
> > BAAWA Knight | "The Truth against the World."
> > | -- Bardic Motto
> > ======
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> Take a look at maxaids.com. They have a lot of different aids for the
disabled, so they will probably have something...
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