Helping you to provide for those under your care.
Lifeline24 personal alarms offer independence and peace of mind to people throughout the UK. In addition to our offerings direct to consumers, we have a wealth of experience in helping organisations and professionals to provide telecare solutions for those under their care. These organisations include:
We play an important role in support local and national charities, helping them to provide the best support network for the elderly and vulnerable.
Supporting local councils across the UK in providing 24/7 monitoring and reassurance to those in need, giving all-important peace of mind to their families and loved ones.
We work closely with health & social care professionals to provide Lifeline solutions that support their work and allow their patients to live independently in a safe environment.
Our aim is to provide the same high level of support to care homes as we do to all our individual clients. We can deliver efficient, reliable care and a professional service at all times.
"I was first struck by the immediate polite voice at the end of the line. The whole experience was easy and systematic and my mum now has the support she needs."
"They promised next day delivery and that’s what happened. The alarm means my son knows that I am safe, which makes me feel a lot more settled. Thank you for a brilliant service."
"Lifeline24's staff are welcoming and friendly over the phone. They understand that the person on the other end may be an older person who may struggle with technology."
"Fast delivery ready for my return from hospital. Easy to set up and wear, plus it give me and my family peace of mind that I am safe. I recommend Lifeline very highly to all."
"Everything was well packaged and arrived safely. In fact, this morning, after 24 hours at home, my mum had a fall and has to use the alarm, so I know it works brilliantly."
"Since his personal alarm was installed, Peter’s self-confidence has been given a real boost. Now he feels safer than ever in his home. Peter says..."