Here at Careline Community Service we have a range of products available, from personal to digital, all will keep you living safely and independently within your own home.
Our Careline Digital Alarm offers peace of mind and reassurance round-the-clock. Worn around the neck, our pendant is comfortable and discreet. By the touch of a button, our call monitoring centre can contact family, friends or the emergency services if needed, 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
The GO is especially built for those still living an active lifestyle.
The small and discreet alarm provides support and peace of mind in both the home and out and about.
Our 24 hour alarm service is connected to your home through your telephone landline. You will be given a pendant, which can be worn around the wrist or neck, giving you the freedom to move about your home and garden.
Once the button is pressed a call will go through to our operators who will be able to help by either contacting a relative, neighbour or the emergency services.
The Sound Booster is a speaker with a built-in microphone that increases the audible range of the VI Alarm in the home, making it easier for residents to communicate with the monitoring centre when they need to.
Using a Sound Booster, in combination with an VI Alarm, in areas such as the hall, lounge or bedroom, provides reassurance to the resident that they will be heard and reduces No Voice Contact calls and unnecessary responder callouts.
The falls pendant is an ideal solution if you experience regular falls due to poor mobility or ill health.
It can be worn around the neck or wrist and will detect a fall, automatically placing a call to our control centre.
Alternatively the pendant can be pressed to raise a call manually.
If you need carers, loved ones or the emergency services to access your home a key safe can provide secure storage for your house keys which are accessible via a code.
The C500 keysafe is police accredited and functions during power cuts as there are no batteries or mains wiring required.
The Tunstall smoke detectors offer two alarm systems.
One is an audible alert that sounds within the property and the second alarm signal is automatically sent to our Careline alarm which will send a call through to our 24-hour call centre.
This detector is recommended for anyone with gas and/or solid gas appliances, plus those with poor mobility and/or long term health conditions.
Assistive technology is a term used to describe a range of equipment which can support vulnerable people to live in their own homes safely and independently.
Motion sensor lights are ideal for illuminating hallways, landings, walkways and bedrooms, helping to reduce the risk of trips and falls within the home. Simple to use the lights plug into an electrical socket providing assistance during the night.