Ray* noticed that the oxygen tube that runs to his nose wasn’t connected to the regulator on the tank. He said it happens all of the time with all of his tanks, so putting the tube back in the tank didn’t seem like a big deal.
“Barbara*, this is Kaleb, do you need help?” Kaleb, an AvantGuard operator, received an emergency signal when the fall detection sensor on Barbara’s Belle+ device went off. But when he tried to reach her, he was met with silence.
The dreaded incident had happened—Verla* had taken a hard fall, and couldn’t seem to get back up on her own. At 91 years old, she worried that something like this might occur, and, fortunately, she had a medical alert system for this very reason.
The voices in Elizabeth’s* head were getting worse, and the pain was steadily increasing. Even with her boyfriend Christopher there, she couldn’t keep the voices at bay.
Doris* was making her way down the stairs when, suddenly, she lost her footing and slipped. As she fell, her head hit the stair railing.
Alaska – Ida* placed her Belle device around her neck like she did every morning, then made her way to the kitchen to get some coffee. Not long after, coffee in hand, she felt the floor begin to rumble beneath her.
“It couldn’t have been the chicken, could it?” Amelia* thought as she struggled to breathe. But that was all she had eaten for dinner. She thought it was safe, but the allergic reaction she was having seemed to prove differently.
It was in the middle of a hot Texas night when Laura* awoke to get herself a glass of water. She pulled her covers off to reveal feet covered in silky smooth socks and swung her legs off the bed.
It was 2:30 in the morning when Sherri* awoke, gasping for air, yet unable to fill her lungs.
Scott* felt his heart race faster and faster as he stared helplessly at the cell phone in his shaky, sweating hands. Scott is diabetic and had gone into a hypoglycemic state.