Call Reassurance Provider
St. Louis Fire Department
Database Systems Corp. (DSC) is a leading provider of call center technology including call reassurance phone systems and service.
DSC provides services and systems that automatically call households checking on residents to ensure they are OK. This service can re-dial the number several times and if there is no response, a message can be provided to family members or a monitoring center informing them that a resident is not responding to this call.
Contact DSC to learn more about our telephone reassurance services and phone systems.
St. Louis Fire Department
The following organization provides a Call Reassurance (CARE) program from Database Systems Corp. for its community and residents. The information provided on this page came from the website of this provider.
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Organization: St. Louis Fire Department, St. Louis, Missouri
Type Of Service: FREE - Automated Telephone Reassurance Program
Telephone: (314) 533-3406
The St. Louis Fire Department is recognized as a progressive leader in providing the highest quality of emergency services. They are committed to the preservation of life, property, and the environment by effectively and efficiently meeting the emerging public safety and welfare needs of our diverse community. We accomplish our goals by maintaining the highest standards of professional service through continued training, education, and living up to our motto of being "Justifiably Proud."
The St. Louis Fire Department uses the CARE (Call Reassurance) phone system from Database Systems Corp. to provide its senior citizens with a phone reassurance service. The St. Louis Fire Department was a prior user of an "Are You OK?"® system from Northland Innovation Corp. and opted to replace this older system with the modern Care (Call Reassurance) phone system. Citizens can be called daily free of charge to ensure their well-being.
"CARE is a telephone reassurance program in St. Louis City through the St. Louis Fire Department. Elderly and/or disabled City residents can sign up for this service. An automated system calls the resident 7 days a week, if there is no live answer after the 3rd attempt, the system notifies the 911 center to send emergency personnel to check on the resident. This is a great way to check on elderly friends or relatives during excessive heat or cold outbreaks. For more information, call the St. Louis Fire Department at 314-289-1988, and ask about CARE."
Database Systems Corp. (DSC) provides community calling programs such as telephone reassurance phone systems that contact homebound residents to ensure their well-being.
CARE (Call Reassurance) systems can also be used to checkin on latchkey children when they are alone at home after school.
CARE can do more than check on the well-being of residents. This advanced calling technology can deliver phone messages such as medication reminders to seniors and homebound patients. A recorded message can be delivered to either answering machines or to individuals reminding them to take their prescription medicines.
Call reminders can be customized for each senior including special instructions such as medication dosage and times to take them.
Contact DSC to learn more about our CARE phone systems that include latchkey kids calling services and medication reminders for senior citizens.
"Are You OK?"® and RUOK® are registered names of Bruce L Johnson (Individual). For a comparison with our CARE system, please visit our RUOK® vs CARE web page.