My mother-in-law lives with us and is in poor health. She is wheelchair bound and has COPD, needing assistance with an oxygen compressor and oxygen tanks.
In recent weeks, there have been a few emergencies where she fell out of her wheelchair and needed immediate assistance, but it was the early morning, and no one was awake to check on her for about an hour. She has an iPhone and knows how to use "Hey Siri," but the phone wasn't within reach and wasn't registering her voice, which is very quiet and raspy.
I'm looking for some way for her to carry a small device that she could press a button on and an alert would immediately be sent to at least one, preferably multiple phones (mine, my wife's, my son's).
All the emergency medical devices I've found are subscription based and contact a third party. My mother-in-law doesn't want this.
We all have iPhones and Wi-Fi in the house. Her bedroom has a good Wi-Fi signal, but spotty cellular reception.
Is there a technology that she can always have on her person where she pressing a simple button and an alert appears on my wife's, my son's, and my iPhone?