Telecare is far from the only technology that can ease the burden of caring, but it is particularly effective. That’s because all telecare sensors can connect your elderly relative or loved one to a monitoring centre if help is needed. In other words, telecare provides a lifeline, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. With telecare in place, you can be alerted if your elderly relative or loved one trips or falls at home, or needs help for any other reason and can’t reach a telephone. Meanwhile, they will not be left alone, uncertain as to whether anyone will arrive to assist.
Once you have a telecare base-unit in your home, many other telecare devices can be programmed to connect to that same base-unit automatically.* The base-unit is the part shown in the centre of the picture above [makes/models differ]. The base-unit should come as standard when you purchase your pendant alarm. It is the most important part of any telecare system, as it is the base-unit which places the call to a 24/7 telecare monitoring centre. Without it, your telecare sensors would not send an alert. If you don’t already have a pendant alarm system at home, you can purchase the base-unit along with any other telecare device, such as those listed on our telecare products page. With your base-unit in place, you can then add more telecare devices, if and when your elderly parent or loved one's care needs change.
*It is important to ask suppliers about telecare base-unit compatibility at the outset, before choosing your telecare system. This is because the number and type of telecare sensors that can connect to a particular base-unit will always depend on its make and model. TASK have a range of base-units and a wide range of telecare devices which connect to them, please contact us for further details.
Home Response & Assistance Ltd now provides a keyholder response service for people who have socially monitored alarms. This call-out service means that non-medical response is available to your loved ones, in their own homes, 24 hours a day. It provides great peace of mind to older and disabled people, and to their family and friends.
If family members live some distance away, or are planning a holiday, it can help ensure your loved ones can continue to live independently in their own homes.
Emergency alarm button calls are often made for simple issues that can be resolved by a visit to the home. Home Response & Assistance Responders will call out, no matter how minor the request. They will provide immediate non-medical assistance, ensuring that you or your loved ones get the help needed. The trained Responders can liaise with your monitoring station and can also keep your family members informed. If you need further assistance from other professionals, the Responders will stay with you in your home to provide access. They will remain with you until their assistance is no longer needed.
Occasional or regular welfare checks can also be carried out by Home Response & Assistance Responders should they be required anytime, including over weekends or outside normal working hours.
Home Response & Assistance Ltd are offering the following promotional rates for a limited period of time to all TASK Community Care's customers:
ANNUAL RETAINER FEE €79*
CALL OUT FEE €65*
To avail of the above promotional rates please quote the following code TK0516.
Please contact Home Response & Assistance Ltd:
IDA Business Park,
Phone +353 (0)1 8366 453
*Charges are subject to T&Cs
Our Active Intelligent Monitoring (AIM) Fall Detection & Dementia Alarm System provides your loved ones with an effective way to stay independent and safe 24 hours a day.
Every room in the home can be covered. If a person falls the AIM system will trigger a call to our 24/7 CareLink Monitoring Centre in County Meath. Click on the video link below to watch our YouTube explainer video of how it works.
TASK are official distributors of the 'Lola' Dementia Locator. We can supply it with or without a SIM card. Monitoring can be carried out at our 24/7 monitoring centre or you can choose to monitor from your home, to locate a loved one who may have got lost. Watch the short video here to find out more about how it works or give us a call for further details...
More details also on our website here - http://www.taskltd.com/dementia-location-tracker.html
For anyone who has suffered from domestic violence or who works in the community helping victims:
Our new domestic violence information brochure has just gone to print. It contains important details and options for monitored alarms to help protect victims of violence. Please contact the office if you would like to pre-order your copy today.
Our domestic violence 24/7 monitored alarm is one of the options. You can find out more about it on our Domestic Violence Monitored Alarm Page here. Once activated an audio recording can be made of all activity. We will arrange to get help to you without delay, day or night.
Ireland Customers: 1 8435889 UK Customers: 0845 304 55 35
Not wearing a panic button...no problem!
Our Active Intelligent Monitoring (AIM) System provides your loved ones with an effective way to stay independent and safe 24 hours a day.
Every room in the home can be covered. If a person falls the AIM system will trigger a call to our 24/7 CareLink Monitoring Centre in County Meath. Have a look at the picture which shows a very basic system ...and remember we can tailor this for each individual's particular care needs ...adding additional devices as required for no extra monitoring charge.
Give us a call to request an information leaflet or more details or have a look on our website page http://www.taskltd.com/emergency-alert-system.html