Without special measures in place, elderly and disable people are unable to continue living in their own homes. However, we believe that no one should feel forced to move into residential care. Telecare Alarms exists to help elderly and disabled people stay safe in the comfort of their own homes.
Having a Telecare Alarm in place means that there is always a way to call for help if you suffer a fall, feel unwell, or need some reassurance. Our 24-hour service allows elderly and disabled people across the UK to feel confident at home.
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Users can choose to wear the Telecare Pendant around the wrist or the neck, with two comfortable wearing attachments provided.Read More
The Telecare Alarm can be installed within five minutes. Simply plug in the base unit, connect the telephone to the unit and begin a test call.Read More
The Telecare Alarm uses industry-standard technology to keep users safe 24/7. It’s sturdy, reliable, and easy to use.Read More
In an emergency, the alarm user simply presses the button on the pendant. This sends an alert to our 24-hour monitoring team.Read More
Unlike other providers of Telecare Alarms, with us there are no hidden costs.
We offer two simple price plans to make the ordering process as easy as possible. Our annual plan offers the best value for money, while our monthly plan gives you the lowest upfront cost.
Do I qualify?
You will qualify for VAT relief if you have a disability or a long-term health condition. VAT relief will also apply if you are buying a Telecare Alarm on behalf of an eligible person such as a relative or friend with a long-term health condition.
Eligible conditions include:
• Arthritis • Blindness • Cardiovascular Disease • Deafness • Diabetes • Epilepsy • Heart Disease • Hypertension • Kidney Disease • Motor Neuron Disease • Multiple Sclerosis • Parkinson’s Disease • Physical Disability •
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Unfortunately, the elderly and frail are most susceptible to falls which can cause serious discomfort and injury to them. Lets look at the causes.