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Age UK is the new force combining Age Concern England and
Help the Aged in England.
The Age UK Personal Alarm^ gives family and friends peace of mind and independence to the user. It offers help on hand 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
When you press the button on the pendant, it connects 24 hours a day to our dedicated call centre. So if there is an accident or you have a fall, you can get help quickly.
The alarm works in the home or in the garden so the user can move around freely safe in the knowledge that help is at hand. The light weight alarm pendant can be worn either around the neck or as a wrist band.
For more information or to book a demonstration*
and book a no obligation demonstration* with one of our local installers. Lines are open 9am-5pm, Monday to Saturday.
and set up the unit yourself with Self-Connect, saving you £60 on the initial fee.
Demonstration is not available if you buy online.
to talk to someone face-to-face.
^ Age UK Personal Alarm is a product name of and supplied by Aid-Call Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Age UK(registered charity number 1128267). Where we use the words "we" or "our" it refers to Aid-Call Limited.* Demonstration is not available if you buy online and Self-Connect.^^ In Scotland only the Self-Connect service is available** Not all Age UKs/Age Concerns offer all products. Please check (by telephoning your local office) before arranging a visit.
Aid-Call Limited is registered in England and Wales No: 1488490, VAT NO : 710 384 366, and registered office: Tavis House 1-6 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9NA. Aid-Call Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Age UK (registered charity number 1128267 and registered company number 06825798) and donates its net profits to Age UK. Age UK is a registered trademark: the use of the name and logo by Aid- Call Limited is done under licence agreement between Age UK and Aid-Call Limited.
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