Providing independent living through telecare solutions
LifeLine provides a range of telecare support that can enable people to stay in their own homes, or return to their homes following a stay in hospital, by providing monitoring and access to help around the clock. Its range of non-intrusive, passive telecare sensors give a comprehensive way of monitoring the risks to a person’s health and wellbeing, as well as their home environment, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
This enhanced form of telecare enables usual behaviour patterns to be monitored, and for changes outside of normal behavioural patterns (for example getting out of bed and not returning within a predetermined timescale, or leaving the house late at night) to instigate an appropriate action. Telecare monitoring covers a wide range of needs, and is intended to support people and enable them to continue living in their own home, independently or with the assistance of carers, for as long as possible. It also supports carers and families by providing additional help and support with caring responsibilities and all-important peace of mind.
LifeLine can help with the management of long term conditions or for short term cover, whilst someone recovers following a hospital stay.
LifeLine can also be supported by Cross Keys Care – a community care service provided by Cross Keys Homes, which can support your clients who also need help with day to day tasks.
For more information, call us today on 01733 396439 or email firstname.lastname@example.org about the support LifeLine could offer your client.
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