Voice assistant devices are inexpensive so you can have them in multiple rooms. They can
play music, turn lights on and off, answer questions, and of course,
if something should happen just say 'Ask My Buddy to send help'.
How long before help arrives?
If you have an emergency and can't reach your phone or press a button, just use your voice.
Ask My Buddy on Amazon Alexa and Google Home can assist you by alerting your Personal Alert Network.
Don't be a statistic, create your own Personal Alert Network
More than 50,000 people will be home alone this year and need assistance. Will someone you know be next?
Just 'Ask My Buddy to Send Help'.
New Premium features: Send Help with Reason and Location
You can Ask My Buddy about Premium and get the ability to let Contacts know what you need help with
Just 'Ask My Buddy to Send Help, I've fallen off a ladder and can't get up!'
Ask My Buddy, Personal Alert Network, is a service available on Amazon Alexa and Google Home / Assistant voice platforms. Ask My Buddy enables voice assistants such as these to send a ‘check on me’ or ‘I’m OK’ notification to a user’s Personal Alert Network, just by using their voice. If you already own an Amazon Alexa or Google Home device, with Internet, no additional or special equipment is required, you don't even need a phone since all voice calls, text messages, and e-mail originate from our service. When you ask for help we make a voice call, send a text message, and email to each of your predesignated contacts. This is not a replacement for emergency services, but an additional tool in case you can't reach your phone or press an alert button.
The most valuable alert method is the one that is accessible when you need it.