“Dear Rob and Vince, secure-phot0-nettyI wanted to share that I am so happy to have our Secure-A-Key lockbox installed at my mom's house. I'm grateful too, that the Comfort Keepers nurse, Missy, told me about the program. Thanks for your support, your understanding of elderly safety issues so many face, and for your prompt and professional installation. I live 900 miles away from my elderly mother. Knowing we now have a Secure-A-Key installed gives all her family peace of mind, especially those of us who live far away! She is hard of hearing and has dementia. It's a good feeling to know someone can get in the house easily should she need help. Thanks, Rob and Vince for your prompt installation and professional and kind service!" C.Hackwell


Nettie B. of Beavercreek, Oh now has piece of mind after getting her Secure-A-Key lockbox system put on her home.

Lawrence K. of Troy, Oh, with his granddaughter, Jessica, from San Diego, CA. Jessica came to Ohio to help her grandparents get set up with Comfort Keepers to provide assistance to them in their home. Getting the Secure-A-Key Emergency Program lockbox was a key part of the in-home care package and gives Jessica and her grandparents peace of mind should they need EMS.

Martha1Pictured is Martha W. of Springfield, Oh, with her new Secure-A-Key lockbox. Martha’s daughter, who lives out of town, decided after much research that the Secure-A-Key system was right for them both. Martha, who uses a life alert system, stated ” I feel so much better having this lockbox on my home because now if I fall, paramedics can get to me quickly and not break my door”.


Pictured is Grace F.(left) who purchased the Secure-A-Key program for her mother Alice H. of Springfield, Ohio. Alice is 89 and lives alone, now they both have peace of mind with Secure-A-Key!


Pictured at Left: Leslie H. of Springfield with his newly installed Secure-A-Key lockbox.

When Joan Long didn’t answer her locked front door just minutes after arranging to be picked up for an outing, her friend suspected something was terribly wrong. She dialed 911 "I had passed out and could not answer the door," recalls the retired clerical worker. " My friend called the ambulance, and they couldn't get in. They broke through the door and frame- smashed the whole thing. I had to get a whole new door" says Long, 69. That experience and her medical issues were factors in Long's decision to move out of her condominium into senior housing. But a community lockbox program, like Secure-A-Key, which are popping up all over the country might have helped her feel more comfortable living alone in her condominium. The lockbox program allows emergency personnel to enter quickly a house with a homeowner's key kept in a secure steel box.
"This is a good idea for anyone." says Steven P. Westermann, president of the International Association of Fire Chiefs. “It gives quick access without destroying property.” Donald and Carol Littlefield, both in their 70's, say the program gives them peace of mind. "I frequently travel and leave my husband at home," says Carol Littlefield. "We've never had to use the lockbox, but just knowing it's there gives me comfort. If something goes wrong, I have a tremendous sense of relief."

Residential lockbox programs are surprisingly easy to start and not expensive to maintain. To find out more about a program in your community, residents or family members can contact Secure-A-Key at 937-408-8761 or 937-925-5386 or email us at secureakey@woh.rr.com

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