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Living made easy is an impartial advice and information website about daily living equipment, assistive technology and other aspects of independent living.
One-stop Alzheimers & Dementia shop for quality affordable products that have been carefully selected to assist people living with Alzheimers & Dementia.  For example: Wandering alarms Safety devices Activities & games Pill dispensers & organisers Telephones Talking products and much more.
Advice and information on assistive technology for  people with dementia. Alzheimer's Society produce an excellent selection of useful factsheets.  
Sovereign Careline is a small organisation within Sovereign Housing Association dedicated to supporting older and vulnerable people living in their own homes.  This allows customers greater independence and freedom to pursue their own lifestyles than living in residential care. This support is achieved through using…
Unforgettable company has joined forces with LiveBetterWith Find products, information and advice online to help people affected by dementia. The website is divided into simple categories with several guides to make it easier to find the right products for you.   The above information and much more is available on…
Helping you recover safely and securely in your own home after returning from hospital is the aim of PPP Taking Care’s Home from Hospital care service. The service consists of a 24/7 personal alarm service with pendant alarm, medical helplines and a regular wellbeing call.…
AskSARA  a simple easy to use Disabled Living Foundation (DLF) website.  Just click on the area you are interested in -  health, your home or daily activities, complete the simple questionnaire and receive a personalised report giving advice and suggestions for things that may help you to maintain…
No matter how well we look after ourselves, there may be times when we need assistance in a hurry. At times like these, wouldn’t it be great to be able to raise help without worrying that we are ‘bothering people’? At any time of the…
The Age UK Personal Alarm Service gives users the freedom to live independently in their own home, safe in the knowledge that if there is an accident or they have a fall, they can get help quickly. Personal alarms offer reassurance to friends and family, knowing that if there is an emergency…
Daily actions, such as making coffee or watching TV, reassure you and your family, and bring your ageing Loved Ones closer. This helps maintain independent living for your Loved Ones and gives the rest of the family peace of mind. How it works - 3rings…
We offer over 2,500 daily living aids for purchase by mail order, telephone or online. Safe+Well™ can help you whether you are young or older, disabled, a carer, or simply struggling at home due to age or illness. How can Safe+Well help? By helping you choose daily…
Saga SOS personal alarm Reassurance in and around your home, from only £15.95 per month* No start up costs. No delivery charges. First month free and free bogus caller button!  Has one of your family or friends taken a bad fall or injured themselves at…
Grants and other support to farming people, emergency grants offered in times of crisis. Debt advice, grants for lifeline alarms, help with equipment if you have a disability. Visit the website for further information.  
Telecare helps to manage risk and support independence by means of unobtrusive wireless sensors placed around the home,  which communicate wirelessly with a central unit, which in turn will alert an onsite carer or remote monitoring centre if sensors detect a problem such as a fire,…
View the full range of technology enabled care solutions ranging from standard community alarms to personal devices.  Detectors and sensor monitoring.   Further information availabe on the Chubb website
Telecare is connected to a fixed phoneline or mobile connection which dials through to a personal telecare team, when the user simply presses the alarm button (worn around either wrist or neck) in case of an emergency.
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