Backstory: My 93-year-old grandmother fell early last week and wasn’t found for at least a couple of days. We are working to make her home safe for her to move back in, should she choose. We are planning to utilize Ring Alarm Pro to help protect her home until she does or the house is sold. If she chooses to move home, we intend to use cameras and/or motion sensors for proof of life (motion = life). We are also planning to set panic buttons up in such a way that she can get at one from wherever she falls. We want to make sure RIng will try to contact her in case she needs an ambulance and make positive contact with at least one of her four children to ensure they know she’s had a medical emergency.
I understand that shared users will get push notifications when the panic button is used for at least police or medical. However, is it possible to have the response plan always include reaching out to the emergency contacts? I’m sure that if it is, this something that has to be arranged directly with customer support or the response center.
Related question: Is there a compatible “personal” panic button that we can have her wear. A 2.5" x 1" pendant seems a bit large. Regardless of how many panic buttons we set up, I don’t think we’d be able to set up enough without having a personal button.
TIA for any help, even if the answer is “No,” for both questions.