About Us

Based in Maidstone in Kent, we offer the best Digital Monitoring systems that are on the market today.

We supply Fall Alarms, GPS Watches, Tablets, Portable ECG and Warning Sign Detectors, Key Safes, etc., for all age groups throughout life; from Lone Workers to the Elderly, with full UK coverage and monitoring within your home and when you are out and about, 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week.

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  • Fully video-enabled to the UK’s first Digital Telecare platform

Do you or someone you love need some extra protection at home, or when they are out and about? Have you or someone you know, been experiencing falls recently? Would you like to feel more reassured that someone is only a press of a button away, should an emergency arise?

If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, please take a look at our Product offerings in the ‘Products’ menu option at the top of this page, or call us on 0808 16 91145 to speak to a member of our team. We look forward to hearing from you.

Why Choose Us

Making Innovative Systems

Making Innovative Systems

Statistics show that up to 3,000 falls are recorded every day in the UK.  Therefore, more and more over 65’s are choosing to have a Lifeline System installed into their homes, as a way of quickly contacting the outside world in a time of need.  We are an innovator in providing a digital GPS location-based 24*7 UK-Wide monitoring service, which is available to all of our Customers, to provide you with peace of mind and support when you require it.

Our partners

Our partners

To bring you the best possible service, we are Partners with one of the leading CareLine response teams in the UK, which means all of our monitoring is carried out by a full TSA (Telecare Services Association) regulated call handling centre

CareLine equipment

CareLine equipment

We use one of the leading providers of CareLine equipment, ensuring every aspect of the service we supply is to the highest possible standard. If one of your Systems has a fault, we will contact you to rectify the issue and will send one of our dedicated Engineers to your house if required (full terms and conditions will be detailed in your contract, and are available on demand).  We provide all of our Customers with the highest possible service on a personal basis.

Happy to help

If you have any questions, or require any further information or assistance, please feel free to call us on 0808 16 91145 and one of our friendly team members will be happy to help.

Statistics

Cost of Home Accidents

Statistics show that the cost to society of UK home accident injuries has been estimated at £45.63billion (£45,630million) annually*.  The number of people aged 65+ is projected to rise by over 40 percent (40.77%) in the next 17 years, to over 16 million.  * Source: ROSPA

National population projections

National population projections for the UK show that 3.64 million people in the UK aged 65+ live alone. This is 32% of all people aged 65+ in the UK. *Office for National Statistics, 2015 **Source: Labour Force Survey

90% of people Live independently 

More than 90% of people say they wish to live independently in their own homes for as long as they possibly can*.  For today’s Telecare users, they can be assured of total peace of mind, knowing that help is always available, 24hrs a day, 7 days a week. Statistics show that each year in the UK there are some 3,163,000 home accidents involving males, and 2,548,000 accidents involving females of all ages. Older women are involved in home accidents than older men, partly due to the larger proportion of women in the older population. *Source: Tynetec

Home accidents

Statistics show that men aged 65–74 are involved in 89,000 home accidents a year, and women aged 65–74 are involved in 157,000 home accidents a year. This trend increases among older age groups. Men aged 75 and over are involved in 102,000 home accidents a year. Women aged 75 and over are involved in 303,000 home accidents a year*. More accidents happen at home than anywhere else.  Every year there are approximately 6,000 deaths as the result of a home accident. Falls are the most common accidents, which can cause serious injury at any time of life. The risk increases with age More women than men over the age of 65 die as the result of an accident in the home. *Source: National Archives