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Silent Call Communications is a family owned, Christian company that has had a passion for the hard of hearing, deaf and deaf/blind community for almost 25 years. 

Silent Call Communications was created and is still owned and operated today by George and Diane Elwell.  Diane’s brother has been deaf since he was a small child.  One day George asked him how he would know if there was a fire in his home and he said, “When I smell smoke.”  George knew that was not safe so it became his mission to create a line of products that would help people with hearing loss lead safer and more independent lives.  George had also been praying that God would allow him to do something in life that would help people and he felt this was an answer to his prayers. 

Since then George, along with his engineers have designed an exciting line of personal alerting devices that has revolutionized the way people lead their lives!  With a long list of products that include smoke detection, telephone and doorbell notification, baby cry monitors and much more, Silent Call has found “A Better Way to Stay in Touch”!

Our office is located at 5095 Williams Lake Road, Waterford, MI 48329
Phone # (800) 572-5227 v/tty
Fax # (248) 673-7360
Email: silentcall@silentcall.com
Website: www.silentcall.com

 

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5 Responses to “ About Us ”

  1. Tommye Deleone
    January 24, 2010 at 8:38 am

    Heah, what a special blog you have. I found it on Yahoo while looking for some newborn baby stuff. Thanks and God bless.

  2. admin
    January 25, 2010 at 11:41 am

    Thanks Tommye! If you would like a catalog just email me your address to suzie@silentcall.com

  3. Vicki Gentry
    May 20, 2010 at 10:56 pm

    I would like to have catalog pls,thanks Vicki

  4. Jean Tessmer
    August 6, 2010 at 3:30 pm

    Dear George,

    I have used your products for home care, hotels, and in assisted living situations. The side kick and pendent have been used in home care situations to allow family care givers needed rest while others (who take turns being on duty) are silently notified for help. The ability to silently notify for help keeps the environment quieter and less stressful. I have used the system since 1996, it is very dependable.

    Aloha and God Bless,

    Jean

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