I've sold a pallet load of the Freedom Alert
product to an apartment complex that is putting them into their older tenants' units as part of their service.
The device is essentially (no, it is exactly) like a portable, cordless phone with additions.
The remote is a small speakerphone, so if the owners falls in the bathroom and the base is in the kitchen at least they can still speak with the recipient of the call. The pendant can be used to answer incoming calls.
It can be programmed to dial up to 4 different numbers, then 911 - in any combination. There is no monitoring with this product (though in the case of my bulk customer the first number dialled is the concierge and the last is 911 - the tenant can have his own numbers in addition to, or instead of the concierge's).
It is a DECT 6.0 device and can also be programmed with up to 3 additional remotes, which can be pendants, or they can be wall mounted devices with prominent engagement buttons - you might put one in a bathroom, for example.
The only complaint I've heard is that the rechargeable battery in the remote needs exchanging (there's a spare always charging in the base) more often than the book says.
The only complaint I have is that I have no RMR from the device.