Personal Alarm Mini Museum


Andrew Dibner, a psychology professor at Boston University, is considered the Father of Medical Alert Systems also known as personal alarm devices. Since his idea to use phone lines to call for help came to fruition in 1974, millions of people around the world have benefitted. So what did people do before that?

Believe it or not, Personal Alarm Devices have actually been around for centuries. The world’s only mini museum housing Personal Alarms is in the Warwick Healthcare Centre in Western Australia, Unit 6. If you cannot visit the mini museum in person, see what’s on display in this 11-minute video.

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