Help and Advice

It can be difficult to get the right kind of advice when you are looking for a personal alarm for you or your loved one. Sometimes it can seem like you end up with more questions than answers. To make life a little easier, we've put together some great articles that offer you support.

We've included practical information which can help if you're concerned about a loved one's stability and you are worried that they will have a fall. We have also looked at how a personal alarm might help manage a health condition such as epilepsy or diabetes, or even severe allergy. This section is full of useful information if you are thinking about purchasing an alarm for yourself.

We have also taken the time to look at issues such as dealing with loneliness and making changes around the home to help someone live independently. A good personal alarm should make you feel safe in your own home and knowing you can contact someone day or night will give you or your loved one reassurance. As well as all of this, we've also put together practical guides on saving money and how to budget and we've included useful tips and craft ideas.

All of these articles offer useful tips and advice for not only you but anyone who finds themselves looking after the wellbeing of another person. This could be a family member, a friend or a carer. We understand that it is not just a matter of making sure a person gets their medication and that there are so many more things to remember and consider and we've looked at some of these below.

Help and Advice

Caring For Elderly Parents: The Ultimate Guide

Most elderly people live at home and need at least some level of care from relatives to maintain their independence. We've put together some important things to think about if you're caring for elderly parents. This includes tips on safety, wellbeing and changes you might need to make around the home.

Best money saving tips for 2021

We’re here to give you the best money-saving tips this year. After a tough year, it’s safe to say that we are looking forward a new year, but with many of us facing furlough or job loss, we thought it would be a great idea to put together a quick guide on how to save your money and be extra frugal!

Fall Prevention in the Elderly

Fall prevention is even more important as we age. As a person ages, the body’s ability to heal wounds and injuries gradually slows down. This means that an initially minor injury can easily develop into a long-term, serious issue. Meaning a simple fall could seriously impact someone's health.

Combating Elderly Loneliness

Loneliness within the elderly community is rife. As people age, they become more vulnerable to loneliness. So what steps can you put in place to help prevent loneliness either for yourself or for an older relative?

How to Prevent Falls in the Elderly?

As our parents and grandparents age, their health may deteriorate and they may become more vulnerable to the risk of falling. Falls impact not only people's physical but mental health as well. A fall can knock a persons confidence, so how can we all help reduce the risk of falling?

Are You Looking for An Alarm for Safety?

Buying pendant alarms for the elderly is an easy process. You can compare the different types of alarms to see which model works best for your family. You will need to gather information needed to make the right decision for your family.
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