Lifeline24 are proud to announce that we have partnered with the Epsom and Ewell Housing Association (EEHA). As of September, we have been supporting their personal alarm system, ensuring their residents are always in safe hands.
Who are the EEHA?
The Epsom and Ewell Housing Association are a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing housing for elderly people of limited means. Established in 1949, they have been supporting those in need for more than half a century now, and we are very proud to be partnering with them.
They own 91 flats, all of which stand on St. Martin’s Avenue and Worple Road, less than ten minutes’ walk from Epsom town centre. Each site is supported by a resident warden service that ensures things keep running smoothly, and every flat is connected to the Lifeline-monitored alarm system.
Housing is provided to elderly people who are at risk of homelessness, or who are struggling to afford their current housing. Nursing care is not provided, so housing with the EEHA does require that applicants can care for themselves. This includes doing their own cooking and shopping. Priority is given to elderly people in the local area, or those who have relatives in Epsom, but they do accept applicants from further afield.
Proud to Partner
At Lifeline24 we are dedicated to supporting the elderly and work tirelessly to keep them safe at home. We share this ethos with the EEHA and are proud to be providing extra peace of mind to their residents.
As our customers know, our response team have received the highest accreditation from the Telecare Services Association (TSA). Providing support 24/7, 365 days a year means we are always on hand to safeguard our customers' wellbeing. This desire to support and protect extends into our partnership with the EEHA.
Find Out More
If you would like to learn more, check out our alarm unit and pendant alarm pages. You can find out more about our services, and get helpful tips, by perusing our blogs. Should you have any questions, give our friendly customer service team a call on 0800 999 0400.