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What is the HomeSafe PERS Program?

Caregiver helping senior woman

The HomeSafe PERS (Personal Emergency Response System) program helps to directly address the need for increasing the safety and independence of seniors allowing them to more effectively age in place. The HomeSafe PERS provides Barry and Calhoun County seniors access to a medical alert pendant so they can obtain emergency services in the case of a medical emergency, fall, or other safety risk. HomeSafe PERS provides peace of mind and confidence for seniors. It is most often the first service seniors seek to support their continued independence and it is frequently the service that can save their lives.

HomeSafe PERS assures that seniors have an immediate, accessible connection to life saving medical response and emergency services. By ensuring that seniors have this access, it helps ensure continued safety and independence, both which provide dignity for seniors aging in place. Local monitoring and oversight provides assurance that seniors are not provided a pendant and then left on their own. CareWell Services works closely with the vendor providing ongoing monitoring of the quality and effectiveness of the service, to ensure the pendants remain in working order, are tested regularly and that documentation on first points of contact are kept up to date.

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Call us at (269) 441-0930 for more information.

This program is funded in part by the Calhoun County Senior Millage.

A Message from
Calhoun County 911

UPDATE: AT&T wireless is currently experiencing a nationwide outage. You may have difficulty calling 911 if your cell carrier is AT&T or your provider uses the AT&T wireless network.
For affected customers: If you need to get ahold of 911, first attempt to use your cellular device as 911 may still work in ‘SOS’ or similar emergency mode.
If you are unable to get through, try calling while connected to WiFi with settings that allow calls on WiFi mode. It may take a couple minutes for your call to go through.
AT&T is working to correct this issue.
CC911: We are aware of the current AT&T outage and currently trying to get the issue resolved.
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