Harborough Lifeline offer an emergency alarm service for anyone who feels vulnerable or alone, whatever their age or needs. Our customers may include:
- Those with physical disabilities
- Those with learning difficulties
- Those who live alone
- Those with Sensory Impairment
- Those with limited mobility or those who are at risk of falling
- Anyone who may feel alone or vulnerable for any reason
A lifeline needn’t be a permanent arrangement. Sometimes our clients may only require the service for a few months as additional support at a particularly difficult time such as during an illness or following an operation or discharge from hospital.
How Does it Work?
A lifeline unit will be installed in your home, with a panic button. Additionally you will be given a pendant which can be worn on a wrist strap or neck cord, allowing you to keep it with you as you move around your home.
When either button is pressed your lifeline unit will call our control centre and you will be immediately connected with one of our team. The lifeline unit is fitted with a sensitive microphone which enables us to have a conversation with you wherever you are in your home.
If the alarm is triggered our call staff will have instant access to the contact details for friends or family and any other information that you have supplied us with. This means we can make sure you get the right help quickly.