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As we get older we all need the reassurance that help is on hand should we need it. With a personal alarm service, you know that friends and family are only a button press away.
A personal alarm gives you the freedom to live your life the way you want and gives peace of mind for both you and your family. A wrist band or pendant can be worn anywhere in your house or garden. If you need help you press the button and the base unit of your phone will pick up the signal and call a help centre. The operator will confirm that help is on its way and contact either your nominated key holder or the emergency services. Help will arrive to make sure you are ok and give you the assistance you need.
A personal alarm is there for not only for older customers, but for those with a physical disability, a chronic illness, recovering from illness or who are concerned for their security. The alarm unit is quick and easy to connect, either by a family member or friend, or by a team of professional installers.
The Age NI Personal Alarm Service provides reassurance to almost 9,000 people every year and the 24-hour emergency response system can be installed at homes in Northern Ireland, where possible within 48 hours of the initial enquiry.
Age NI Personal Alarm Service Age NI Enterprises, 10 College Street, Belfast, BT1 6BT Freephone: 0808 100 4545 Age NI Personal Alarm Service
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