Lifeline Access for individuals with limited mobility or physical challengesThese devices are offered as an alternative to the Personal Help Button. They can be used to answer incoming calls when you activate Lifeline’s remote answering feature and speakerphone. Lifeline offers the added protection of a smoke detector that automatically sends an emergency signal to the Lifeline Response Centre so that the Fire Department can be dispatched quickly. Lifeline develops other special assistive devices that give people with neuromuscular disabilities and disorders (like paralysis, Parkinson’s, MS Cerebral Palsy, and ALS) the ability to call Lifeline for help.
Lifeline Access SwitchesThese products have been specially designed for body motion activation for a range of individual needs.
Pillow SwitchThis round switch can be pinned to a pillow and activated by a controlled head movement.
Wobble SwitchThis switch can be activated by gross hand or head movements, or by mouth or head stick.
Rocking Lever SwitchThis switch is activated by gross hand, arm or body movements, or by mouth or head stick.
Sip or Puff SwitchThis switch requires sipping or puffing on a tube. Minimal pressure changes are necessary. Breath control vs. respiratory control required.
Sip or Puff Replacement TubesReplacement tubes for the sip or puff switch.
Sip or Puff Replacement CableReplacement cable for the sip or puff switch.
Mounting Accessories availableSource: Lifeline Access | Philips Lifeline ®
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