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Lifeline Alarm

Lifeline Alarm


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Stay Safe with a Lifeline Alarm

The Lifeline alarm is a personal alarm scheme ideal for anyone in the Rugby Community who wants the security of a 24 hours a day, 365 days a year emergency helpline. And, most importantly, if we are unable to reach one of your registered contacts one of our team will respond in person.

It is perfect for anyone who:

  • Lives alone and wants to feel more secure
  • Has health issues
  • Has a disability
  • Is at risk of falling
  • Is living in a vulnerable situation

 


How does the Lifeline Alarm service work?

With the Lifeline Alarm package, you will receive a Lifeline Alarm base unit and a pendant. Once our team have installed your alarm, you can choose to wear the pendant either on your wrist or around your neck.

Because the pendant is waterproof it can be worn at all times including in the bath or shower. Your pendant will also work outside in the garden, as it has a range of up to 100 metres.

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Should you feel unwell in danger or suffer a fall, all you need to do is press the red button on your pendant or base unit. This sends an alert through to our care team at the Control Centre, who will respond immediately via the loudspeaker.

Your situation is assessed and the appropriate action is taken. This commonly involves our care team calling your emergency contacts who will have been selected during the set-up process. This usually includes family members, neighbours and close friends.

If you need medical help, our care team will contact the emergency services on your behalf. Any medical information will also be passed on to the paramedics so that they are in the best possible position to help you once they arrive.


Our service is unique in that if we are unable to reach one of the registered contacts our team will respond in person offering total peace of mind.


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The Lifeline team responds to Joan's fall

Joan was getting out of bed when she slipped and fell. Unable to get up, Joan alerted the Independent Living Team at the control centre using her Lifeline pendant.

The control centre alerted her neighbour – one of her registered contacts. The neighbour advised the Independent Living Team that Joan was okay but unable to move. An ambulance was called and Joan was taken to hospital with a suspected broken hip. 

Knowing that help is available 24 hours a day 365 days a year gives peace of mind to people like Joan and their families.


Affordable and Simple

Affordable and Simple

Rugby residents can benefit from the Lifeline alarm service for £4.76 per week pus VAT. Some residents may qualify for a VAT exemption. Payment can be made by Direct Debit, with invoices sent annually.

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