What does it do?
Poole Lifeline is an emergency response service that provides a compact emergency alarm system for all people at risk living in their own home. It is backed up by a local control centre equipped with call-handling computers, which provide 2-way speech communication between callers and caring staff. Equipment is provided to support the individual in their home and tailored to meet their needs. It can be as simple as the basic community alarm service, able to respond in an emergency and provide regular contact by telephone. it can include detectors or monitors such as motion or falls and fire and gas that trigger a warning to a response centre staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Who it is for?
Telecare is a service that enables people, especially older and more vulnerable individuals, to live independently in their own home.
Where it is available?
Local service (Poole).
What it costs:
Call, email or visit the Poole Lifeline webpage for details of costs.
How to access or apply for it:
Contact Poole Lifeline on 733255 or email your name, address and telephone number to arrange for a demonstration.
What to expect then:
Our representative will call to show you exactly how the equipment will work within your own home. If you proceed the Lifeline equipment can usually be installed there and then.
Info last updated:
Municipal Buildings Civic Centre, Poole, Dorset, BH15 2RU