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Lifeline24 is the UK's leading personal alarm provider. We provide a low-cost pendant alarm service for anyone who needs support at home or may be at risk of falling. The Lifeline alarm is ideal for anyone that is frail, elderly or disabled living in the UK or Ireland. We offer a wide range of alarms to suit every individual circumstance and our highly trained support team will help you to find the right alarm for you or your loved one. An alarm can provide you with the reassurance that help can be called at the push of a button. Our Care Team is based in the UK and are available 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. Lifeline24 also offer B2B partnerships in helping their clients receive fast and easy access to a life-saving Lifeline service. Lifeline24 has over 6,000 Excellent rated reviews to give you added reassurance that your loved ones are safe and confident 24/7 with Lifeline24.
Help at the press of a button Lifeline is a personal alarm scheme available to anyone who may: - Have health issues - Have a disability - Be at risk of falling - Be living in a vulnerable situation - Live alone and want to feel more secure Help is available 24 hours a day 365 days a year with Lifeline.
Lincolnshire County Council is a high-performing upper-tier authority with a 4,500-strong workforce, delivering services to around 736,000 residents spread across a large rural area. The Council supports residents to access telecare as part of its wider prevention agenda, reducing and delaying the need for escalation of the local population into costly care and health services. The service incorporates a basic retail model alongside an Adult Care service which provides equipment to meet an assessed need. Currently over 3,500 people sign up for telecare each year with circa 2,000 leaving the service, a net increase of 1,500 per annum.