For Our Visitors and Part time Residents:
  • ​​​​If you have A VoIP (computer) telephone, remember to have your service provider (e.g. Vonage) update your address and location.  Click here to learn more.​​

​When emergencies strike, seconds count.  Many times, seniors don't know if they should call 9-1-1 because they don't know if they have a true emergency or they don't want to bother others with their problems.  9-1-1 is there when you need it.  If you don't know if you are having an emergency, call 9-1-1 and ask.

Emergencies may include but are not limited to: 
  • Chest pains or trouble breathing
  • Diabetic emergencies
  • Bleeding that won't stop
  • Falling down and unable to get up or having severe pain moving
  • Heart attack or stroke signs or symptoms
  • ​Smelling smoke or natural gas in your home
  • Seeing smoke or fire, no matter how small
  • Seeing someone suspicious outside your home
  • ​Hearing strange noises inside or outside your home 
Anytime you feel you at risk is an emergency; call 9-1-1 FIRST 
before anyone else

​Tips to Help Us Help You:​

  • Be sure to have your medications in a place EMT's can find it.  Have a list of medicine you take handy too.  You should have your medical history written down as well - This will help EMT's figure out what might be wrong and can pass this information on to the hospital.

  • Give a spare key to a neighbor you TRUST that can let help in if you are unable to come to the door.  If you have an alarm system you should give your neighbor the code as well.

  • If you can't talk, still call 9-1-1 and leave the phone near you.

  • ​​​Be sure to check your smoke detectors, and change the batteries every time​ we change the clocks.  If you can't do this yourself, have someone help you. ​​​​​


To have a member of our team come speak to you and your neighbors, or at you HOA meeting, please email us at: