The Electronic Caregiver Company

Stay On The Line Service

 Electronic Caregiver provides stay-on-the-line medical alert service via two-way communication speakers on The Electronic Caregiver’s high-quality master control console.  Following an alarm, our EMT operators stay on the line, advising you until first-responder help is kneeling at your side.


Discreet Wrist-Worn Pendant

A fitness band style, submersible, emergency wrist alarm pendant. This dedicated early intervention link signals an alert to catch escalating conditions before they spiral out of control.

Dual-Watch Inactivity Sensor

The “ultimate safety net” looks for motion twice a day. Once between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. and again between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. These are common periods where unfortunate incidents occur. The sensor checks to make sure that someone is moving about the home at strategic times, alerting loved ones if there is no movement detected, while still fully allowing independent living and travel.

EMT Operators

Each operator is a licensed Emergency Medical Technician. They have been trained in anatomy, cardiovascular and respiratory systems, airway management, diabetes, allergies, pharmacology and oxygen equipment. They are experts in patient assessment and communications during emergencies including obstetrical and traumatic injuries. Our operators are experts with both adult and pediatric patients, and know what to do in case of injuries to the neck, head, abdomen and spine as well as patient extraction.

During an emergency, our EMT operators interact with you to keep your distress down and confidence up. Operators will notify EMS services for your response, alert responders about your preferred hospital, notify friends, family or responsible parties.

Medication Management

Keeping track of all the medications currently in use. Set reminder times when setting up your system and you’ll receive gentle chimes reminding you that it’s time. Going out of town? At the touch of one button you can set your system to “away.”

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Protection From Dire Consequences

The Pain of Losing Independence & Leaving A Beloved Home Behind

One of the most difficult emotional decisions a senior will make is leaving the home they love. The majority of seniors will ultimately be faced with needing long-term care, which most cannot afford. This means leaving familiar views, furnishings, neighbors, window treatments, gardens and a lifetime of memories behind. It means moving into a community environment of strangers is a difficult decision, and it usually comes with the reality that this will be the last place a senior ever lives. ECG helps spare individuals from the expenses and the difficult emotional decisions associated with losing independent living. ECG helps people we care about age safely in place, at home.

Pain and Suffering

The spiking pain of injury steals a person’s breath and strength. Moving toward the phone just a few feet away can shift a fracture and cause excruciating pain. Just minutes after an injury from a fall, or after heart attack or stroke, an individual has often resigned themselves to an inevitable end. They cannot call for help, they are filled with distress and anguish, they cannot reach bathroom facilities, and the wait to be discovered can span 12 hours to days. The ECG can reduce time to treatment and response from 8 and 10 hours to 8 and 10 minutes. Immediate response means lower hospitalization rates, lower mortalities, and fewer medical complications. It also means less pain and suffering!

Confidence and Peace of Mind

Falls at home, other injuries, strokes, heart attacks, respiratory challenges, diabetic complications, adverse drug reactions, setbacks from cancer treatment and many other challenges can occur at anytime, to anyone, of any age. The ECG is like a security system for your body and health. It promotes wellness, extends lifespan, and gives people ongoing support and a safety net in case the unexpected occurs. The ECG is one of the most valued and memorable decisions an individual can make to protect themselves, and the people around them they love.