What is LIFELINE®?

Living on your own can be enjoyable and rewarding. But sometimes you may be concerned about the possibility of a bad fall, an accident or sudden illness. With LIFELINE®, you will feel more relaxed, secure and confident.

LIFELINE® is an affordable, personal response system which links you to 24-hour assistance at the push of a button. It allows you to move freely around your home or yard with the confidence of knowing that if you need help – LIFELINE® will call for it.

Who Benefits?

  • People who live alone.
  • New mothers who may need to get help for their infant without leaving crib side.
  • People who may be concerned about their personal safety of security.
  • Those with on-going medical conditions.
  • Post-operative patients who want to maintain a link to medical assistance.
  • Disabled or special needs individuals.

LIFELINE® is Simple…

A small, portable Personal Help Button is worn on a neck chain, wrist strap or clipped to clothing. If you need help, simply push the button.

Highly trained personnel receive your help call and immediately attempt to make voice contact with you. If assistance is needed, they will contact one of your ‘responders’ – nearby friends or relatives. For more serious situations, an ambulance or police will be dispatched.

For more information or to request your connection:

Contact Mary Drey at 712.213.8000.

Events and News

Benefit Concert for AWARE
  • Benefit Concert for AWARE

    Tickets sold on facebook only. Click here to purchase tickets. Featuring 3 Iowa Bands: Cody Hicks (full band) Teddy Buttel Stockton (acoustic) and Hawk McIntyre Location: Lake Creek Country Club
    Saturday, January 26, 2019
    7:00 pm - 11:30 pm

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BLS for Healthcare Providers
  • BLS for Healthcare Providers

    INTENDED AUDIENCE:

    RN’s, LPN’s, EMT’s, RT’s & other Licensed & Certified Healthcare professionals requiring Healthcare Provider BLS certification for their work

    Part I – Online Course done through American Heart Association. $28.50 Part II - Skills Evaluation. Cost is $30 (This includes the AHA certification card.) Call to 213-8683 to register.
    Wednesday, February 6, 2019
    9:00 am - 10:00 am

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