The elderly and disabled often need special measures to manage the risks associated with living alone.
This can lead to people moving into a home or residential care. We believe that this doesn't need to happen. Our Telecare Alarms assist the elderly and help them to remain safe in the comfort of their own home.
A Telecare Alarm service provides elderly people who live alone with somebody to call for help if they suffer a fall, feel unwell or need some reassurance. Simplicity is at the heart of the Telecare Alarm and our 24-hour service allows elderly people across the UK to remain confident in the comfort of their own home.
Remain independent and join the Telecare Choice community today to ensure that help is always available.
The Telecare Pendant can be worn around the wrist or around the neck. Alarm users can choose the option which is most comfortable to them.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 contains all of the latest industry technology and has been designed to be as easy and simple to use as possible.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, there are no hidden costs or surprises at Telecare Choice.
We have two simple price plans to choose from to help make the buying experience as easy as possible, with minimal fuss.
Do I qualify?
To qualify for VAT relief, the alarm user would need to have a disability or a long-term health, physical or mental condition. The alarm user doesn't have to be the person buying the Telecare Alarm for the VAT to be taken off the price. Children, grandchildren, friends or guardians can all purchase the alarm on behalf of the alarm user who qualifies for VAT relief.
What is the criteria for VAT relief?
People meet the criteria of having a disability or a long-term illness by having any of the following:
A physical or mental impairment which has a long-term and substantial adverse effect upon their ability to carry out everyday activities or a condition which the medical profession treats as a long-term illness, such as diabetes or heart disease.
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 •
I felt so much better coming out of hospital to a Telecare button. I'd had my knee replaced and was vulnerable to falls. It made me feel safer.
We've found that the alarm hasn't just benefited Mum's life but ours as well. We worry less knowing she can let people know if there's a problem.
The alarm has made a huge difference to Mum’s confidence and it definitely brings me a lot of comfort.
For patients at high risk of falls, living independently at home can be a real struggle. Telecare alarms help give them that extra confidence by making sure help is always readily available.
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