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Supporting you during Epilepsy Awareness Week 2020

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It's Epilepsy Awareness Week so we want to make sure that we're doing all we can to share information about how our telecare service is making a difference to many young people and adults living with Epilepsy.Did you know that we can provide equipment to monitor and support young people and adults living with epilepsy? This can be at home or outside anytime time during the day and night.We have many years of experience providing epilepsy monitoring equipment to improve the lives of those living with epilepsy. We will carry out a bespoke assessment to establish the correct type of monitoring equipment suitable for the individual and will provide installation and training so that everyone fully understands how the equipment works. The equipment will be linked to a parent or carer's smart phone, so they are aware when a seizure is occurring. It can also be linked to our Control Room for 24/7 support in case the individual needs emergency help.

VE Day – 75th Anniversary Celebrations

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VE Day on 8 May 1945 was the official day that the war between Britain and Germany came to an end.Whilst it's a shame that the usual celebrations for VE Day are not able to take place this year, there's still plenty going on both online and on the television for you to enjoy.There will be a 2 minute silence at 11am so you can take a moment to reflectThere's a 'Nation's Toast' at 3pm where you can raise a glass to the heroes of WW2The Queen will address the Nation at 9pm Some neighbourhoods are even having a cuppa with their neighbours in the front gardens – all at a social distance of course.However you mark the day, it's certainly a special milestone in Britain's history, and one many of our customers will have personal experience of.

We won't let COVID-19 stop us providing our service to you

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At times like these, a community alarm can be so important. While family is unable to visit as they usually would, Careline can be a lifeline to those who live alone or self-isolating, and for their families, it can be hugely reassuring to know that help is on hand at the press of a button 24/7.

Support for hospitals with free community alarms

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Support for hospitals with free community alarms

Don't let COVID-19 stop you getting a community alarm

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Contact-less installation of community alarmsIf you were thinking of arranging to have a community alarm or telecare installed for yourself or a loved one, but have concerns regarding COVID-19 situation, rest assured we are classed as Key Workers so our engineers and Control Room are working as usual to support you.

Continuing our Contact-less installation of community alarms

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If you were thinking of arranging to have a community alarm or telecare installed for yourself or a loved one, but have concerns regarding the safety with the COVID-19 situation, rest assured we're still able to install new assistive technology and maintain the service for existing customers.
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