Personal alarms for homes with no phone-line (GSM alarms)

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Personal alarms for homes with no phone lines (GSM alarms) are now available in Ireland. If you’re one of the increasing number of people, who has dropped your landline services, this means you can still […]

Use of stents, cardiac pacemakers and other electronic medical aids with telecare [Reader’s question]

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Reader’s question | Can you tell me if the monitored alarm button has any affect on stents fitted? The alarm is needed following cardiac problems   Short answer | Always check this with your chosen […]

Monitored Pendant Alarm | Reader Discount Code

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Our Sponsor, TASK Community Care is offering a special 20% discount* off the cost of their monitored alarm systems to readers of Telecare.ie during March 2019.   This fantastic offer includes their sought after digital […]

Can I buy two monitored pendant alarm buttons for my parents who live in the same household? [Reader’s Question]

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Reader’s Question | Is it possible to buy 2 monitored pendant alarms for my parents who live in the same household.  Could you please give me an idea of costs?   Short Answer | Yes. […]

Telecare.ie – Readers’ Questions

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Since Telecare.ie added our first post in June 2016, we’ve received many great questions and comments from you, our readers, through the online feedback form and also as comments to posts.   It’s not always […]

Seniors Alert Scheme | Brexit Threat?

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The Seniors Alert Scheme could be at risk from Brexit according to Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring.   This appears to be due to the high number of Seniors Alert Scheme monitored […]

Seniors Alert Scheme spend quadruples to nearly €7 million

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The Department of Rural and Community Development increased 2018 expenditure to Pobal for the Seniors Alert Scheme to nearly €7 million. Dormant Accounts Funding was also used, to meet “additional and exceptional demands of the Scheme”. […]