Your Guide To Personal Alarms and Telecare in Ireland

Bed Exit Alarms: Enhancing Safety for Telecare Users

Bed exit alarms, also known as bed occupancy sensors, are a valuable addition to any telecare system. They are particularly beneficial for individuals prone to falling or with mobility issues. These alarms act as a crucial backup, for example, if someone removes their pendant button at night and forgets to put it back on or if they fall and become unconscious, unable to activate the pendant button.

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Pendant Alarm Buttons for Dementia

Pendant alarm buttons for people with dementia and Alzheimer’s can offer a straightforward and effective solution for emergency situations. These devices are simple to use and can be an appropriate choice for those who are still capable of understanding how they work and remembering how to operate them.

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Irish Farmers Journal Examines Technology for Older People

The most recent edition of the The Irish Farmers Journal looks at the potential of technology in reducing fear for older people, particularly those living alone. The article highlights the local support within rural communities for the Seniors Alert Scheme which provides government funded monitored alarms for older people, along with one years monitoring, which is also grant aided for those aged 65 or over.

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Welcome to Telecare.ie, your guide to pendant alarms and telecare solutions in Ireland. Our resources and information are also valuable to readers in the UK and beyond.

We are proudly supported by Ireland’s longest-established telecare company, TASK Community Care. Based in County Meath, and with their NI counterpart, TASK Connect, in Lurgan, TASK supplies top-quality telecare equipment and offers a 24-hour telecare monitoring service throughout Ireland and the UK.

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