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Since we know the Lively Mobile device is working other than our house, we feel more comfortable that my wife has it. We've recommended quite a few people to them for that reason. When we went camping, I called to ask them if they could bring the signal up in case we had an emergency and they said, "Sure. We got it. We know exactly where you're at and everything."
It rained hard while we were camping and when we got something to eat my wife grabbed the handle on the camper to go inside and her hand slipped, and she fell and broke her wrist and arm. It wasn’t two minutes that the Lively Mobile team was on the phone and asked if we needed an ambulance. I said, "No. I'm gonna carry her to the hospital." They said, "Do you know where the hospital is? You will have to go to the end of the road on the camp grounds. Take a left. Stay till the end of the road. Cross over the road and take that road to the top of the hill and then at the top of the hill is the hospital on the right hand side."
When we got to the hospital, the lady said a nurse would be waiting on us. They had everything ready when we got there. They would call in once in a while just to check and make sure everything was alright and we were well pleased with them. There was no paperwork or anything. They had everything done for us so that saves a lot of time there. The doctor reset my wife's arm and wrapped it and all that stuff. He got her comfortable. It worked out because we had to leave the next day. When we went to the specialist in town he looked at the injuries and said, "They've done a good job. Done exactly by text."
I really appreciate the good job Lively Mobile did. I appreciate the efficiency and the knowledge they had of us and how they handled the situation. It kept us from doing any panicking and the instructions were very thorough. If I could recommend them to somebody, I would be more than happy to. I would buy their product again. I would also feel very comfortable using it.
I'm past 88 years old and I have a GreatCall. One time, I was walking from my living room into my dining room and I had a stroke on my left side. My leg and my left arm were up and weak but still usable and I hit the floor. My grandson's big white shepherd dog was there with me and he didn't know what to do for me. Then my GreatCall went off and I couldn't make out what the lady was saying until finally, I started to get to my senses.
My grandson and his wife lives here with me and takes care of me but they were on vacation in Mexico at the time. My son next door was also away and my other grandson up towards Pittsburgh wasn't available. There was nobody to get a hold of, so GreatCall's rep got the ambulance out here and I was able to make it up. I didn't break any bones but I was badly messed up. I hobbled out to my patio enclosure on one leg, leaned in against the wall, and got out there when the ambulance came. I talked to them and heard my son come home. He talked to them and I told them that I wanted to wait for a little bit until my grandson got home because he was on his way home with his wife. So, I ended up in the hospital and I was up there for four days. It took me two months to get straightened out.
I also got a power wheelchair that I have to use to get around outside and one time, I dropped off the edge of the walk and it tipped over with me. That jolted me but GreatCall come on right away. I couldn't figure out what their rep was saying as my head wasn't cleared up yet but my grandson took over and talked to him. He was also able to get me back up, got the wheelchair up, and got me in it. GreatCall's rep wanted the ambulance to come out but my grandson told him that he didn't think it was gonna be necessary, so I didn't go to hospital anymore.
Based on my experience, GreatCall's response was very good. I love this device and I don't ever want to be without one again. I wear it around my neck and it's very comfortable. I don't even realize I got it there. But my GreatCall got to a place here where it didn't wanna run all day. It started to beep an alarm about 7 o'clock in the evening before I was ready to go to bed and the battery got weak on it. I was thinking about getting a new one but I don't know how to do that because they'd bill me for the one I got and the new one, too. Other than that, GreatCall is very helpful and I would recommend them to anybody. They're the one to go to because the device comes off from the satellite no matter where you're at. That's the best one. These other ones are just good in your house and they ain't worth a dime when you're out someplace.
My husband is an invalid. He cannot stand or walk and he is usually in a motorized wheelchair. Sometimes, when he is out, he gets stuck and he has fallen out of the chair a few times. I purchased a Lively Mobile for him and it has come in very handy. It has worked well, too. We've been very satisfied with it and it has been quite helpful. Also, our kids kind of wanted it to start out with because we live on a farm and my husband likes to get out.
I'm the first one on the list to call if anything happens to my husband and sometimes when I'm in the house and not out with him, he buzzes it and Lively calls me then I go to find him and find out what's wrong. So, my husband is able to go outside more independently because of the alert button and I don't have to go out with him. Otherwise I stay right close by in case he gets stuck again and needs a push. We've had to call 911 a few times as well when he had fallen out of the chair and I could not lift him but I could determine if he was injured in any way.
When we got the Lively Mobile, we put our emergency number on it and my husband has it all the time, so if we need to call for a roadside service, he could call them and I'm very comfortable with that. But a few times, I had problems when my husband had not been able to understand the responder from Lively. The last time, he got stuck up at the shop. He was going up there and he was on his chair. There must have to be a little ditch there and he was cut on both sides. But the responder called me to tell me that my husband needed my help. So, Lively gives him some security and if he has a problem and he punches the device, they're going to call or notify the ones that are on the list and he can get some help. I'm comfortable with him going outside knowing that he can do this and if he needs my help, I can go and get the help if needed.
We plug the device in every night when we go to the bed on the charger that's right beside my husband's night stand and when we did that last night, for some reason, the light in the upper right hand corner stayed red all night long. Usually when I see that, I kind of move it around to make sure that it's in the charger and the seat part of it. And usually, that does it. But my husband was up late last night watching the ball game and I thought maybe it was off the charger too long. So when I moved it around, it did not get the green light back on even though it was on the charger. This morning, the red light was still on, but I didn't move it around. Then the green came on and we just left it on there for a little while longer to make sure that it was charged.
Other than that, we've been very pleased with Lively Mobile. It gives us a lot of peace of mind and security for my invalid husband. He wears the device all the time but sometimes it'd slide out when he bends over on his wheelchair. So, I put it on a necklace or chain around his neck and it works great. I have also recommended it to friends.
I've also talked to other friends that have the Lively Mobile as and they've been impressed. Some of them changed from a different company because of the range since Lively can be used everywhere. The device has a longer range than a lot of other medical alert buttons and I like that. We have a friend that has very limited range in the area that he was able to cover with his alert button and one of my friends even said that his old device didn't work if he went to the bank, but the Lively Mobile does. Also, from what I have heard from others, the cost of Lively's service is pretty good and not outrageous as far as the monthly charge on it is concerned.
I’m not steady on my feet and I walk with a cane, but it also got me into trouble. So, my son decided to get me a medical alert device. I had an Alert One, but they gave my son a lot of problems, so he told me to cancel it and that we will go to somebody else. He went to GreatCall Lively Mobile. When I got the device, I was looking for something under the bed and, all of a sudden, it triggered it off. GreatCall thought I had fallen and they were right there.
They were very pleasant and very informative and they kept asking me, “GreatCall would like to know if you’re all right, Muriel.” I said I was all right and that I was looking for something under the bed and I forgot that it was on there and it hit the floor. And then I heard, “GreatCall, GreatCall, are you hurt? Are you hurt?” I said, “No.” I had that on there and it hit the floor and I figured something was gonna happen. I said, “I’m fine, I’m fine.” And they asked it again, “Are you all right?” I said, “I am all right.” The device hit the floor and they thought that I had fallen, although I did not.
I was with my son one day and by six o’clock in the morning, the device went red on me. We did not know what was going on. When it’s hanging and it’s uncomfortable, I put it inside my shirt, but this day, I left it out because I was very busy and on my feet all day. And then my son heard something on the phone and that’s when he went through the process of redoing it. I also used it in the shower and it got too wet and I had to dry it out. When I put it back on the charger, it went red. I have had no difficulty after that, except for it doesn’t keep its charge. Nonetheless, I am satisfied with GreatCall. Maybe it should be on the charger more often. Every now and then, I put it on the charger because it bleeps and the circle looks like a dull red and the circle itself is white, and that’s when I take it off and put it back on and it will bleep.
I live by myself and I had a stroke. It was a Christmas party and I wasn't feeling quite right. I got over to this place and we got in the car to go away. And while I was in that car, I had the stroke. Fortunately, the lady that was with me recognized it immediately and we were about two miles from the hospital. If I would have stayed at home because I wasn’t feeling quite right, I would have been here by myself and there’s a good chance that it would have all gone the way it was. It was just enough to make me think that a medical alert device was a worthwhile thing and got the GreatCall Lively Mobile after I had the stroke. It’s really comforting to know that if I had a problem, it would be attended to within 10 minutes.
One time, I was feeling anxious and bumped the button. A lady came on and she talked to me for a while. I told her that I don't need to go to a doctor and I just need somebody to talk to for a few minutes. The interaction was really good. The device fits my everyday lifestyle well, but the clip attachment that lets me wear it on my waistband broke off. Sometimes, I wish that I have that because I would probably wear it more if I did. Also, the unit itself is a little heavy compared to the ones my friends have, and I wish Lively Mobile could possibly change it in time. I usually wear it inside my clothes and it's noticeable if I wear it on the outside. Other than that, I’m very satisfied with it. When I don’t wear it, I just forgot it and not because I don’t wanna be seen with it. I would tell my friend that my device will work wherever I go and Lively Mobile would know right then if I would fall hard if I’m on the street in the town.
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I set up the Lively Mobile device for my mom last fall. I was delighted with customer service, the price and the app. And they call right away if she presses the button. However, we want to be able to track her if she goes out of the house alone, since she is likely to get lost. Most of the time (like right now), it will just say that it's fetching data. Sometimes it can take 10 minutes to update, and then she's likely to be a couple of blocks away from the result. We're really sorry that the technology doesn't work better given the GPS technology that's available today.
I purchased a Lively Mobile and noticed in the manual (thankfully before activating the device) that it was for one single user. My mother is fully functioning but my father is in early stage dementia and can no longer remember how to use his cell phone to make a call. They do not have a landline so I wanted an emergency button he can use either for Mom or himself. I called Great Call and the customer service lady said it was no problem, I just had to let the folks know when I called the activation number. The man in the activation department was one of the rudest men to whom I have ever spoken.
I began asking whether I could cover both my parents with the one button and he cut me off, spoke over me, told me I would have to purchase an additional button with an additional subscription plan and activation fee, but with 25% off the second device and activation fee. He also noted my father would have to push the button corresponding to which of them was in trouble in order for the service to work, which I said he is not likely to remember which button belongs to whom. I remarked this wasn't going to fit my needs so thank you, but I will return the device and look elsewhere.
The man got very belligerent and spoke over me again, saying there are no other companies that would provide what I want, all are single user devices and plans like Great Call. I did return the Lively Mobile and went with Bay Alarm Medical instead, who offer exactly what I want for just $6 more per month than I would've paid for one subscription plan at Great Call, had no device charge or activation fee, and extremely nice and helpful customer service. Nowhere in the advertising for Lively Mobile were these constraints and extra expenses made known.
Hello Rhita, we are sorry to hear of your recent experience and we appreciate your feedback. At GreatCall, we to strive to provide a community of support for our products and services. We understand that each individual will have different needs and requirements and as such, we offer an Emergency Profile that solely pertains to the individual. 5Star Urgent Response is a personal safety service meant for the subscriber only. Medical information is specific and private for each individual. Therefore, the 5Star Personal Profile is set up for single contact support per service. The Personal Profile provides an additional level of protection to 5Star customers. It is an important tool that enables 5Star Response agents to provide the best service possible. Your feedback is highly appreciated and will help us to improve our ability to serve you and other users of our products.
Yesterday when I was cleaning my house, I got my feet tangled up in the cord and fell hard on my knee and as my face was headed into the tile floor my put my arm down first. I was afraid to move because my knee and arm were hurting. I grabbed my Lively out of my pocket and pressed the button. Nothing. No light no answer from anyone. It was dead. I keep my Lively on the charger at night and then carry in my pocket during the day. So there should have been plenty of juice in the device. I called GreatCall and I told the representative my story and he said, "you have two options, buy a new one or cancel your account."
My daughter had stayed home from work that day to take care of me and when she heard that response from the representative she got on the phone. Well he then said he would run some test, which he did, and come to find out, the device did not hold a charge. His answer to this was, "you will have to buy a new device." So I don't know how long I have been going along thinking I had I had some help if I would fall, but it's very unnerving to think I have been paying monthly for nothing. He said a supervisor will call with 24 hrs to 2 days. I won't hold my breath. I have used GreatCall since December 2015. No customer loyalty.
Hello Suzanne, we are sorry to hear about your fall and apologize for your recent experience with the Lively Mobile. We would like to look into this matter further, can you please respond to the private message we have sent you?
They will not let me return phone. They misled me & not truthful. They told me 2 keep phone & I would get what I expected. They lied so I would keep phone & go beyond time to return. I paid 4 something they knew not useful. I hope you can help!!! Thank you!!!
Hello Dawn, we are sorry to hear of your recent experience and we appreciate your feedback. GreatCall strives to provide the highest level of Customer Service available. We are willing to look into your account to determine if you were within the 30 day return period. For your privacy and security please look for a private message from GreatCall to receive your account information.
I purchased GreatCall - Lively Mobile One-Piece Water-Resistant Medical Alert Device - Silver for my 89 year old mother. She lives alone as my father has passed. She still drives, so wanted a device that could travel with her. She is also still very active around her property but is fearful of falling & needing assistance. I checked coverage availability for her area. It reported that there was coverage.
However, when trying to activate the device it was not able to pick up signal, so activation was not completed. The tech that I spoke with stated the device must be faulty. What are the odds? This was not a very comforting thought for her or her children, that the device made it to a store shelf. There is terrible coverage within her hometown, but never a problem with cellphone signal in her rural area. I am returning the device to our local Walmart for a refund. Very disappointed of the claim that there is coverage in her area when the device is too weak to pickup the cell signals it needs.
Teresa, we are sorry to hear of your recent experience and we appreciate your feedback. If you are in need of any further assistance, please call Customer Service, between the hours of 5 am and 8 pm Pacific Time.
I’m as active as I can be but I had fallen across the fence at my front yard. Also my husband passed away three years ago so my kids just kept on wanting me to get this medical alert device. I had a friend that got one and hers was only good for so many feet out there in the backyard or front yard. I wanted one that was good anywhere so I got Lively Mobile. I wear it when I get up in the attic and I wear it when I get up on the ladder. I called them not very long ago because I wanted to be sure it works, and the response time was very good. The rep answered right away. So I was very happy. I would recommend Lively Mobile.
I have people in my family who is falling down and I have bad hips and can’t get up. Also, I’m 90 years old now and I thought I should have a medical alert device. The device that I had fell apart and I'm ordering another from Lively Mobile because of the reasonable price. It was something I could handle. I ordered on the phone and the rep was friendly and nice. I felt really comfortable.
I thought it would be safer to have a medical alert device so I got one from Lively Mobile. I hook it on my bra strap and it's all right. It feels comfortable. Also, I call in a couple of times to test it and make sure it's working. Overall, I'm satisfied.
In the middle of the night, when you fall, you need somebody. It makes me feel good knowing I have my Lively Mobile. The device is all right that I wear it just like a necklace. It's excellent and if a friend asks about it, I would say it would be a good thing to get. I wouldn’t go without it, I know.
I was getting old and I was having a few problems. I was just 84 years old but I couldn’t walk very good so I got a walker. And I got the Lively Mobile as well. I wear it around my neck and it doesn’t bother me. It's right where I can just mash it if I need anybody. If I fall or something happens, somebody will come and see what it is. I wear the device when I’m by myself but if somebody’s with me, I don’t wear it. I like Lively Mobile. They're very nice and I would recommend it to anybody if they need something that they can buzz when they get hurt and they don’t have anybody with them.
I got a medical alert device due to my age and my daughter thinks it’s good that I got one but I just feel fine. I also wonder sometimes if I could get one cheaper. Still, I’m glad I got the Lively Mobile. If I need it, I got it and I have it with me most of the time. I don’t like it on my neck though. I feel that weight. I have it in my pocket or in my purse instead when I’m going. I also always have it by my bed but I live right in town so I'm wondering if it wouldn't be better if I just use my phone and call 911. It would be faster rather than having Lively Mobile come on the phone then they'd have to get someone to come here. If I call 911, they know where I live and they’d be right here. But now that I got the Lively Mobile and I have signed up, I just need it.
My granddaughter pressed the button by mistake once. She’s about four years old and that scared her. But the people at Lively Mobile were right on it. When her mother saw what she did and someone had gotten on, she informed them that I was fine. She told them that it was her daughter who did it and that was that. Overall, I’m satisfied with it.
I’m 93 and seeing the commercials about life alert made me feel as if I needed it. I’ve read things about Lively Mobile in different advertisements and I’m convinced it’s the best. I like it very much and I want it with me. I’ve kept it with me day and night. I keep it charged and put it in either my blouse or pants pocket. I used it once when I fell and I couldn’t get up, and their team responded quickly in a timely manner. I feel more secure since having the device and it’s serving a purpose of what it’s meant to be.
I’m 85 and I’m frightened that I might fall so I needed a medical alert device. I haven’t had to use it at all but I’m glad I have Lively Mobile. I have it in my pocket and if not, I have it on the outside of my purse. I tried the device when I first had it. I wanted to make sure it was activated if I sleep. I feel a lot safer and I have it in the cradle right by my bedside. It’s there if I fall and I’m very satisfied with it.
My father passed away in January of 2017 and my mother had been with him and the caregivers until that point in time. After that, we thought that it might be good for her to have access to a medical alert device since she was living at home by herself. She’s been using the Lively Mobile for about 18 months now. It would work outside the home. So she can wear it while she’s outside the base area range and she would need to have her cell phone with her if she needed help. We've tested the button and the response is immediate. It's great.
But my mother is in a retirement facility now and probably doesn’t wear the device as much as she could. She’s also become a little bit more cognizant and a little bit more able to use the cellphone to call me rather than using the device for emergencies. But it’s good to know that it’s available, charged and ready to go if she would wanna put it on herself to go out somewhere. It’s also good to know that it’s there if she were to experience a fall or something where she would need urgent medical attention.
My wife got the Lively Mobile for me. I wear it sometimes when I want to go outside and I feel secured with it.
I got the Lively Mobile for emergencies. I need it because I live here in the ranch by myself and it's 20 acres. The only time I have somebody come is on Wednesdays. They bring in firewood in the winter and mow and blow in the summer. I kept the device all the time with me because that’s the purpose of it. I feel safer and more secure when I have it. I have recommended it as well.
I depended on Lively Mobile but the house ate it and now, I feel lost. I called months ago and they were very thorough about using their methods to find it. They located it by satellite, I guess, and it is here. But of course, the battery has ran down so I’m just buying a dead horse. I’ve been paying constantly, thinking it’s in an apron pocket. It has been months and it's been a burden to pay for it every month. But it's easier to pay it than starting a new project. They said that if it would be replaced, I would have to start over in terms of the passwords. I don’t have the time or the energy to do that. But it’s not anybody’s fault but my own.
A year and a half ago, I was having problems coughing and sometimes I would almost black out. So, I looked into getting a medical alert device and wound up with Lively Mobile. I'm alone and I'm a widow and if I'm outside and working, having the device is like having a safety belt on.
My mother is home alone and she wears her Lively Mobile device like a necklace. She accidentally used the button and she had two falls where it has worked. The device, however, doesn’t hold a charge for the full day and it has been a bit concerning. We had a problem already where it wasn’t charging and Lively Mobile gave us a replacement. The people there have been fine whenever I speak with them. They said that what they gave us was a rebuilt model and yet it is doing the same thing. We’ve been tracking the device's performance for the past week to see what time it starts beeping that it needs to go back on the charger. We are gonna call Lively Mobile again.
I had fallen about three times and I live by myself. Last time I fell, I was on the floor for six hours. My kids insisted on me getting a medical alert device and I feel comfortable with my Lively Mobile. The one time I needed it, it came through. I fell a year ago and the response was very quick. The young lady who answered the phone took care of exactly what she was supposed to do. Plus she stayed on the line with me the whole time until the EMS got there. Within 20 minutes, the EMS was there and they took care of me. At the time, I had injured my arm but they were just scrapes and bruises, and I didn’t have to go to the hospital. Everything went smoothly and it was very professionally done. I’m very pleased with Lively Mobile and I’ve also recommended it to a number of friends.
I carry my Lively Mobile device everyday and while I really haven’t used it, I’m happy with it. I put my device in my pocket. I can’t stand it around my neck because it’s jiggling around it. Shortly after I got my device, my cradle didn’t work and they sent me another one. They were very nice because they mailed it to me right away.
One time, I called when they were advertising a different model at 25% off, and the guy that answered the phone said, “Are you a customer?” Because I had called on a different line, there wasn’t a line that you could call on in the ad. I said, “Yes, I am. I have one.” He then asked what do I need another one for. My daughter was thinking of getting one, and I was really checking for her. But at the same time, I know it’s smaller and it’s lighter, and I didn’t know price-wise if it was about the same as what I have, and if it covers the different things that I have. He didn’t answer me and kinda hung up on me. So I didn’t call back. Other than that, I would recommend Lively Mobile to anybody. It’s a great company.
Lively Mobile is a good product and cheaper than others. I've had it for a couple of years and I feel pretty good about it. I wear it around my neck but I've gotten tired of it so I put it in my pocket. I like the other one which was on my wrist instead of hanging around my neck. I've had some falls and the response has been good. I pushed the button and the help came right out.
I have a tendency to fall and I decided I better have somebody to rely on. I've had Lively Mobile for a few years and it makes me feel more secure. I wear it around my neck and I've been trying to remember to put it on every day. At night, I have it next to me on my nightstand. I've been doing okay.
I fell down one time and my kids bought a Lively device for me. I didn't want it, but I'm getting older and if I go down, I'm gonna need somebody to call. The device works all right and it's been nice. I like the idea, but I'm not satisfied with the piece. I had the big metal one and then they cut down a little bit, which is still bulky. I've had it a little over two years and when I go to the club, everybody's got a small one hanging under their shirt and you don't even know it's there. Meanwhile, I got this in my pocket and if I fall in my pocket, I don't know if I'm gonna be able to get to this. If you go on TV, they got these thin ones people put on and I'd like to get one of them instead of this heavy thing, which is also so damn wide and big. It's ridiculous.
I've had my Lively Mobile button for three years now and I've only used it one time. I woke up at around 11 o’clock and I didn't know what was wrong with me. When I pushed that button, I had help quickly. The rep called everybody on the list but because it was a foreign area code, none of the family would answer. It wasn't the rep's fault. She did everything she could do, and she stayed on the phone and didn't leave me, not one minute. It was 25 minutes before I ever got any help. I finally called my niece myself and she got the ambulance. When I started out the door, I said that I knew what was wrong with me. My sugar had gone up to 400 and some. But I had never had experience of that sugar being up so I didn't know what was wrong with me. But now, the family knows to answer Lively Mobile.
I carry the button in my pocket although I carry my cellphone in my pocket too. At the time that I got the button, I was falling. I came up with spinal stenosis and I'm too old. People wouldn't do anything about it and I just had to struggle with it. But I haven't fallen in a long time now. I guess I've learned to walk. I walk with a walker in the house and then when I go out, I walk with a cane just because I'm afraid to get out and fall. Still, we're all up in our 80s and every one of us has got a button. My sister says that she can't do without her. And I'm not gonna do without mine either. It's security that I know.
My father in law was having difficulty using the telephone, so we got him a Lively Mobile. My interactions with the reps of Lively Mobile have been very good. He wears the device every day around his neck and then puts it in his shirt pocket. We feel more at ease now. I don’t know if he would use the device, but if someone were to find him, then they would be able to use it. We would recommend Lively Mobile.
Lively Mobile by GreatCall expert review by Shelley Webb
Packages start at $24.99. Waterproof medical alert devices are available in wearable button, wrist and lanyard options. No annual contracts or cancellation fees. Fall detection available.
5Star Urgent Response: Highly trained agents are online 24/7 to provide assistance in emergencies.
Fast response times: Get 24/7 access to registered nurses and board-certified doctors for advice and common prescriptions without an appointment.
Easy to wear: Simply clip the device on your clothes or wear it around your neck or wrist.
Patented GPS: Device will automatically track your location.
Lively Mobile questions and answers
- What needs do Lively products and services fulfill, and how do you fulfill those needs better than your competition?
- Before Lively, traditional medical alert devices offered limited value with poor design and that were more often left on the nightstand than worn to protect people.
In designing Lively, we aimed to set a new standard in digital health technology for older adults by offering ease of use and features that go well beyond a medical alert response device that only calls for help. We also recognized that delivering an attractive style that consumers would love to wear is just as imperative. As a result, Lively’s friendly design and valuable benefits are represented throughout the entire product experience.
- What problem is Lively trying to solve?
- Lively (www.mylively.com) keeps you safer from falls and other emergencies with a stylish safety watch for 24/7 emergency response and smart home device that provides insight of certain daily living activity to keep you healthy as well.
- What sets your company apart from the competition?
- The Lively stylish safety watch brings modern design and features to a product category long overdue for a transformation, including 24/7 help at the push of a button when it's needed plus missed medication reminders, step counting and more.
- How does your Lively measure success?
- We measure success by making our customers happy while wearing their safety watch to stay safe and well and bringing relief to family members who may worry about their elder loved ones.
- What’s the most common misconception consumers have about your industry? Your company?
- At Lively, we aim to celebrate the lifestyle of consumers with good design and an experience that celebrates living well with a rich connection to loved ones instead of the fear-based attitude of other medical alert products on the market.
- How has your industry changed in the last 5 to 10 years?
- Despite the ‘battle for the wrist’ happening in the health wearable space, no one delivers safety and fosters wellness among those that are the most vulnerable with the highest healthcare costs.
Furthermore, family members provide 83 percent of senior care in the U.S. at a cost to families of nearly $522 billion a year. As such, our industry needs to serve more than 100 million people who are over the age of 50 in the U.S. with a strong desire to stay independent and live on their own as long as possible as well as more than 43 million family caregivers who want to help ensure their loved ones are safe.
- What is something you wish every consumer knew about Lively?
- At Lively, we want to be assured that older adults who live on their own are reveling healthily and happily in their independence. Lively is our way of making this happen.
- How has your company grown or evolved?
- Lively was founded by Iggy Fanlo, David Glickman and Keith Dutton in the summer of 2012 and is headquartered in San Francisco. With collective backgrounds that include working at some of the world’s most innovative consumer product companies, they’ve formed a vibrant team of talented individuals who share a passion for changing the way older adults stay connected across generations.
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- Lively Mobile by GreatCall
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- 10935 Vista Sorrento Pkwy Suite 200
- San Diego
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- United States