We are proud to partner with Lifeline24, a national provider of personal alarms. Lifeline24 are donating £40 to the Stroke Association for every personal alarm and monitoring service acquired via the Purchase or Enquire button below. They also offer a £10 discount to those purchasing an alarm via the Stroke Association.

For stroke survivors, a personal alarm can be an important piece of life-saving equipment. The Lifeline24 Alarm service helps thousands of elderly and disabled people in the UK to continue living independently at home.

To find out more about Lifeline24 Alarms or purchase your own personal alarm, call Lifeline24 on 0800 999 0400 or click the links below:

Enquire here  Purchase here

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The benefits of personal alarms for stroke survivors

Those who have already had a stroke are more likely to suffer from stroke again in the future, so it’s important to have a plan in place. A personal alarm is a reassuring safety net. It allows the user to call for help quickly, even if you’ve fallen or can’t get to a phone. Personal alarms can offer independence and peace of mind to stroke survivors and their families.

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How does a Lifeline24 Alarm work?

A Lifeline24 Alarm allows the user to call for assistance with the touch of a button. Every Lifeline24 Alarm comes with a comfortable, wearable pendant. If you have a fall or feel unwell, simply press the button on your pendant and you’ll be connected to the Lifeline Response Team. They’ll ask you some simple questions and quickly assess the situation before taking action – usually by calling your chosen emergency contacts. If it’s a medical emergency, such as a suspected stroke, the Response Team will also call the emergency services.

All Lifeline24 Alarm​s come with 24-hour support from the Response Team, available 365 days a year.

Choosing the right personal alarm

Lifeline24 offers a range of personal alarm systems to suit people with different lifestyles and budgets. Users can choose to pay monthly or annually for their personal alarm, and the vast majority of customers are eligible for VAT exemption.

Standard Lifeline24 Alarm and Pendant

The standard Lifeline24 Alarm uses a landline connection to make emergency calls. It consists of a base unit, which plugs into the mains power and a lightweight pendant that can be worn on the wrist or around the neck. For those without a landline, there are GPS and GSM alarms that connect to the mobile phone network.

Lifeline GPS Alarm

GPS alarms allow the user to call for assistance wherever they are, whether at home or out and about. During an emergency call, the Lifeline Response Team can access the GPS to send help to the user’s exact location. These personal alarms are great for people who want to stay active and independent after a stroke. GPS Alarms are also ideal for people with medical conditions such as dementia who may be prone to wandering or getting disoriented.

Fall Detector Alarm

Finally, the Fall Detector alarm offers peace of mind to those who may be prone to falls. This alarm can detect a sudden drop in altitude and raise the alarm automatically. Users can also press the alarm button manually to call for help, as with all other Lifeline24 Alarms.

To find out more about Lifeline24 Alarms or purchase your own personal alarm, call Lifeline24 on 0800 999 0400 or click the links below:

Enquire here  Purchase here

Quote SA10 to receive a discount of £10 on your purchase.

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Other personal alarm suppliers are available. 

Lifeline 24 believes the products they offer provide excellent benefits, which will give the majority of customers peace of mind as they rebuild their lives after stroke.