SureSafe recognises that each person’s personal alarm and telecare needs are different. While some people need the traditional in-home alarm systems, that can either alert a monitoring centre or friends & family in an emergency, others require more bespoke solutions.

For example, some people want protection and peace of mind away from the home as well as in it; people with dementia or other degenerative conditions may require more specific products features than are generally available e.g. wandering alarms; while those who are victims of abuse can also benefit from the protection of personal alarm devices at home.

SureSafe is the UK’s leading independent personal alarm provider with a team of Independent Living Consultants who can help you to decide what is the best product to suit your individual needs, as well as your budget. Call us now on 0800 112 3201 for a confidential, free and independent assessment of what type of alarm is right for you. Alternatively, read through our range of tailored Solutions below to see which product will best suit your needs:

Personal Alarms for the Elderly

At SureSafe we provide an extensive range of personal alarms for the elderly, designed to help keep your loved ones safe. Our elderly alarms allow peace of mind to our customers knowing that assistance is merely the push of a button away.

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Neck Alarms for the Elderly

Nothing is more important than the safety of our loved ones. Our elderly loved ones in particular can be at most risk of injuring themselves or falling ill, especially if living alone.

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Fall Alarm

SureSafe’s fall alarm pendants are the next generation in personal alarms for the elderly.

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Careline Alarms

Are you worried about a family member, friend or neighbour’s safety when they are home alone?

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Personal Alarm Elderly

More older people than ever before are keen to remain in their own homes for as long as possible however, maintaining an independent lifestyle can become more challenging as we age.

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Elderly Alarm

Independence is a key factor in maintaining the happiness of our older generation. Moving into residential care can be distressing, having to leave behind the familiarity of their own home.

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Personal Panic Alarm

Older people and those who suffer from disabilities are at a greater risk of falls, accidents and emergencies, both at home and whilst out and about. A personal panic alarm is the best solution to ensure peace of mind and greater independence for both the user and their friends and family. 

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Emergency Button For Elderly

For many people worrying about loved ones is a common feeling, especially those elderly loved ones living alone. What if they fall and injure themselves? What if they’re too ill to call anybody for help? What would happen? An emergency button for elderly people, can help to alleviate those worries.

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Emergency Pendant

Do you worry about an older friend or family member living alone? Do you have concerns about what might happen should they suffer a fall, sudden illness or  emergency situation with nobody around to help?

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Telecare is monitored alarm service that aims to help ageing Britons remain in their own homes, safer and for longer.

Panic Alarm System For The Elderly

Are you getting older but still want to stay in your own home, enjoying an active and independent lifestyle?

Which is the Best Personal Alarms for the Elderly?

Which is the best personal alarm for the elderly? With so many different types of alarm on the market, it can be a daunting task to choose the best personal alarm for you or your loved ones.

Lifeline Alarms

A lifeline alarm is a pendant or bracelet that is worn in the home and garden, which allows the wearer to get immediate assistance at the push of a button should they need it.

Alarm Pendants for the Elderly

Pendant alarms for the elderly are the ideal way to protect your loved ones at home. They offer an added layer of security, so that your elderly loved ones can call for help at the touch of a button should they fall, become ill or feel at risk in any way.

Fall Prevention in the Elderly

Currently, the elderly population accounts for around 9.8% of the overall world population.

Assistive Technology Telecare Equipment

Assistive technology is equipment made especially to help people who are unable to perform their daily routine without any help.

Elderly Health

The population of the UK is ageing rapidly and in some cases, wellbeing is falling short. In the current climate, personal alarms for the elderly have become a necessity to help keep our aging loved ones safe.