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CPR Guardian Watch with monitoring and GPS tracking now available

Jul 02, 2020

CPR Guardian Watch

PPP Taking Care, providers of the life-saving 24/7 personal alarm service, have teamed up with CPR to add the award winning, GPS enabled Guardian Watch II to their monitored product offering.

Many of us value spending time outdoors, enjoying nature, visiting friends or getting out and about. The independence and freedom to go out when we want to is something we may take for granted. However, for some older people or those with serious medical conditions, leaving home without help could become dangerous and even life threatening.

Recent events have highlighted how important it is for older and vulnerable people to have a strong network of care. A personal alarm such as the Guardian Watch is a wonderful option for providing people with extra support and reassurance that help is always available when it’s needed most.

Steve Gates, Managing Director of PPP Taking Care, said:

“We recognise that many people who could benefit from a personal alarm still want to be active and independent outside of the home. We have worked closely with CPR to come up with a fully monitored, GPS enabled alarm solution that gives people freedom to do what they love with the reassurance that they can still get help if they need it.”

The CPR Guardian Watch II is a stylish smart watch which features SOS calling straight through to PPP Taking Care’s highly trained Emergency Response Team at one of the three UK based Emergency Resolution Centres.

When the SOS button on the watch is pressed, a member of the team will speak to the wearer via the watch and arrange help, by alerting emergency contacts or if necessary, the emergency services. GPS tracking allows the response staff to see exactly  where the wearer is located and get help to them quickly, even if they are not sure where they are.

As well as SOS functionality, the watch can make and receive phone calls and voice messages just like a mobile phone. Contacts can be added to the watch via the free app and the wearer will then be able to call or send voice messages to these people from the device any time they are out and about.

Friends and family can also access the easy to use app in order to view GPS location, monitor the wearer’s heart rate or set up geo ring-fencing to receive an alert whenever the wearer leaves or enters a certain location, making it ideal for those suffering with conditions such as Alzheimer’s. Being able to keep an eye on a loved one’s heart rate and have reassurance that they can access help easily gives great peace of mind to both the wearer and their family.

PPP Taking Care offer the fully monitored Guardian Watch for under £20 per month (£23.99 including VAT) after the initial set-up cost. The monthly subscription includes the cost of the monitoring services, the sim card, along with unlimited calls and voice messages made from the watch.

 

Find out more about the Personal Alarm watch.

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