New! - Fall Sensor

- 1 In 3 Over 65s Suffer A Fall Each Year
- Ideal If You Are Prone To Falling
- Automatically Raises Alert
- Works Just Like A Pendant

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Fall Sensor

Falling is the most common cause of admission to hospital for the over 65s. In fact, 1 in 3 people over 65 fall over each year which rise to 50% if you are over 80.

We believe that if you or a loved one are a little unsteady or are prone to suffering a fall then a fall sensor would be worth considering. That’s why our Fall Sensor Plan is so popular.    

How Does it Work?

A Fall Sensor works in exactly the same way as a pendant, with a small button that can be pressed to summon help if you need assistance and can be worn on the wrist.

The inbuilt accelerometer will detect that you have fallen and will automatically raise an emergency call to our care team. As with our standard pendant, it will work anywhere around your home or garden and has a range of up to 200m. 

“A Fall Sensor can raise an alert
when you aren’t able to”

Immediate Assistance

Once our care team receive the alert, they will know that your Fall Sensor has activated the call and will immediate arrange to get you the most appropriate help. Whist not preventing a fall, a Fall Sensor can ultimately help in getting assistance faster, reduce the time you could be left on the floor alone and hopefully reduces the costs involved in aftercare.

You don’t have to worry if it’s a false alarm, the inbuilt delay enables you to cancel the emergency call within a few seconds.  

Fall detection steps

New! Fall Sensor Plan

Ideal if you would like to have the added security of a fall sensor which can raise an alert automatically if you fall.

*Terms and Conditions Apply. A £45 one-off payment is payable for all new customers. This enables us to setup your account and collate all your medical and contact information on our systems. This payment will appear in the shopping cart when you order.

We have the fastest response time in the UK. Find out how we handle your pendant call.

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