A cellphone couldn’t help this missing 63 year old!
Dear Friends and Advocates for a Better Community,
One wrong turn can put a hiker, even an experienced one, in an emergency. That’s the lesson of the news story below. The hiker slipped and fell, but what happened next was perhaps even more frightening. Landslides, avalanches, extreme weather conditions, and wild animals can pose a risk when exploring mother nature. The common mistake is thinking a cell phone is adequate protection. Phones often go flying during an injury event and are out of reach. When injured, pain and fear makes every minute feels like an hour. Whether at home or even on a simple neighborhood walk on a local trail, it is always better to be over-prepared than underprepared.
I started my career as the local Connected Care and Personal Security Specialist for Electronic Caregiver with one goal in mind – saving lives. The company’s connected care technology can make the difference between life and death. Hikers and adventurists who wind up getting lost or injured can call for help at the touch of a button 24/7.
Please share this story and spread the word about my Connected Care Business. Electronic Caregiver’s mobile technology and services can be lifesaving in emergencies. But I need your help in getting the word out! Remember, all you have to do is talk about it!
Breaking: Lost hiker rescued on Mount Washington
The family of a 63-year-old Massachusetts man reported him missing when he didn’t return from his hike up Mount Washington. The man took a long, sliding fall after taking a wrong turn. Injured and stranded in -6 weather, he was unable to call for help. The Ski Patrol didn’t find him until the next day.
Imagine if he could have called for help instantly. Electronic Caregiver’s mobile Premier system uses Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and Cellular Based Location Services (CBS) to locate the user’s current location.
Please help me circulate this story and let our community know how Electronic Caregiver can save lives. All you have to do is talk about it and point people my way. I’ve got Visa gift card referral rewards. Send me a customer, and I’ll send you out to dinner or shopping! Not to mention, you’ll get the bonus of knowing you helped families and individuals in our community stay safe – both outdoors and indoors!
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