For The Seniors Born Before 1956

By Yin Nwe Ko


A few months ago, there was an interesting arti­cle that aims at the aged in the National Review-Journal. It was a new device that is going to help them effectively and in­stantly when they encounter the difficult situations associated with their health. That health­care device was the advantage of modern and advanced tech­nology of the world. In other words, it can be also named as the advantage of the people who are eager to decorate the world better and better day after day. My esteemed readers are going to have a chance to read it in a short while.


Most people including me do not always do what their doctor says, but when a sea­soned veteran emergency room physician, Dr Philip B. Howren, says every senior should have a medical alert device, you had better listen up.


“Seniors are just one fall away from being put in a nurs­ing home,” Dr Howren said. “With a medical alert device, seniors are never alone. So, it keeps them living independent­ly in their own home. That’s why seniors and their family members are snapping up a sleek new medical alert device that comes with no monthly bills ever,” he said.


Many seniors refuse to wear old-style help buttons be­cause they make them look old. But even worse, those medical alert systems come with month­ly bills.


To solve these problems Universal Physicians, a US company went to work to de­velop a new, modern, state-of-the-art medical alert device. It’s called “FastHelpTM” and it instantly connects you to free unlimited nationwide help every where cell service is available with no contracts, no deposits, and no monthly bills ever.


“This slick new little device is designed to look like the pag­ers doctors wear every day. Sen­iors love them because it actual­ly makes them look important, not old,” Dr Howren said.


FastHelp is expected to hit store shelves later this year. But special newspaper promotional giveaways are slated for seniors in select areas.


Around these days, the phone lines are ringing off the hook.


That’s because, for seniors born before 1956, it’s a deal too good to pass up.


Starting at precisely 8:30 am this morning the Pre-Store Release begins for the sleek new medical alert device that comes with the exclusive Fas­tHelp One-Touch E 911 Button that instantly connects you to unlimited nationwide help everywhere cell service is available with no contracts, no deposits, and no monthly bills ever.


“It’s not like old-style mon­itored help buttons that make you talk to a call centre and only work when you’re at home and come with hefty bills every month. FastHelp comes with state-of-the-art cellular embed­ded technology. That means it works at home or any where, anytime cell service is available whether you’re out watering the garden, driving in a car, at church, or even hundreds of miles away on a tour or at a ca­sino. You are never alone. With just a single push of the One- Touch E Button you instantly get connected to free unlim­ited help nationwide with no monthly bills ever,” said Jack Lawrence, Executive Director of Product Development for US-based Universal Physicians.


“We’ve never seen any thing like it. Consumers abso­lutely love the sleek new mod­ern design and most of all, the instant rebate that practically pays for it and no monthly bills ever,” Lawrence said.


FastHelp is the sleek new medical alert device with the best of combinations: a qual­ity, high-tech engineered de­vice that’s also an extremely great value because there are no monthly bills ever.


Better still, it comes with no contracts, no deposits, and no monthly bills ever – which makes FastHelp a great choice for seniors, students, and pro­fessionals because it connects to one of the largest nationwide networks everywhere cell ser­vice is available for free.


And here’s the best part. All those who already have an old-style monitored medical alert button can immediately eliminate those monthly bills, which is why Universal Physi­cians is widely advertising this announcement nationwide.


The medical alert device slugfest was dominated by two main combatants who both offer old-style monitored help but­tons that come with a hefty bill every month. But now Univer­sal Physicians, the US-based heavyweight, just delivered a knockout blow sending the top-rated contenders to the mat with the unveiling FastHelp. It’s the sleek new cellular embed­ded medical alert device that cuts out the middleman by in­stantly connecting you directly to highly trained 911 operators all across the US. There’s ab­solutely nothing to hook-up or install. You do not need a land­line and you do not need a cell phone. Everything is done for you.


“FastHelp is a state-of-the-art medical alert device designed to make you look important, not old. Old style monitored help buttons you wear around your neck, or re­quire expensive base station equipment or a landline are the equivalent of a horse and bug­gy,” Lawrence says. “It’s just outdated.”

Millions of seniors fall every year and spend hours lying on the floor helpless and all alone with no help.


But seniors who fall and get immediate help are much more likely to avoid getting sent to a nursing home and get to STAY living in their own home inde­pendently.

Yet millions of seniors are still risking their safety by not having a medical alert device. That’s because seniors just can­not afford to pay the monthly bills that come with old-style medical alert devices.

That is why seniors born before 1956 are rushing to cash in the whopping $150 instant rebate before the 30-day dead­line ends.


Moreover, FastHelp is a simple two-button device that calls 911 whenever you need it. Just press the large red help button and speak to an emergency dispatcher directly through the device. Although it’s marketed as a low-budget medical alert device, FastHelp can be used in other scenarios too. Keep it in the car, wear it on walks, or place it on your bed­side table for quick 911 access at any time. When it comes to pric­ing for FastHelp, we’re happy to report that there is not much to report. To get your hands on a FastHelp emergency button, you will only have to buy the device for $299.00. This makes it a good option for newcomers to medical alerts. You won’t have to commit to a contract or steep monthly costs.


FastHelp swaps profession­al monitoring for direct-to-911 calling. But without profession­al monitoring professionals standing by to help, your fam­ily might not get word of your emergency. The 911 dispatch­ers also won’t know your home address, lockbox code, or any personal health information, all of which makes it easier for emergency responders to act quickly when the time comes. The FastHelp medical alert device comes with a one-year warranty and a 30-day mon­ey-back guarantee. If the device is damaged or something goes wrong within the first year, you can return it for a replacement. But if you want a refund, you’ll need to return it within the first 30 days.


FastHelp has just two but­tons. The large red button calls 911, while the other tests the battery. The device itself is about the size of a pager and comes with a lanyard and belt clip you can use to carry it with you.


It’s waterproof, so you can wear it while showering, swim­ming, or playing with the grand­kids (especially while holding the teething baby). There’s no need to stay within range of a base station like at-home medi­cal alert systems that keep you on a digital tether. And while the device is small, it houses a two-way speaker that lets you talk to 911 dispatchers directly through the device. Inside the device, there’s a GPS triangu­lation unit designed to share your approximate location with emergency responders. But it doesn’t share your location with your family as other GPS medical alerts can. That is good news for privacy but bad if you are looking for a device that keeps track of your loved one.


All in all, FastHelp Medical Alert is simple and straight­forward. If you aren’t ready to make the jump to a full-blown medical alert system, it’s a good alternative. You’ll miss out on features like professional mon­itoring, an app for your family, and fall detection. But if you just want a simple way to call for help in an emergency, Fas­tHelp is a great place to start. So, there’s no need to wait for FastHelp to hit store shelves later this year because seniors born before 1956 can get it now just by using the $150 instant re­bate coupon printed in today’s newspaper before the 30-day dead line ends. If lines are busy, keep trying, all calls will be an­swered.

Reference: National Re­view (July 2022)