The Mobile Emergency Care Service (MECS) promotes safe, independent living within your own home. The service enables vulnerable people the ability to summon help and assistance by pressing a button which can be worn around your neck, wrist or clipped onto your clothing.
We work closely with Health, Housing and other partner agencies to expand the range of technology and the services which we can provide within and out-with the home. We continue to provide our community alarm service along with an extensive range of other technology - all of which is referred to as Telecare.
Please read our brochure for further information on Telecare:
Telecare in your home
Come in and see a range of Telecare which can help support you to be independent and safe at home - visit our Telecare house
Questions about Telecare?
Interested in finding out what Telecare can do for you, or do you already have Telecare? Find out more about Telecare
Supporting you health with technology
Our partners at NHS Forth Valley can provide assistive technologies to support people with long-term health conditions, complex disabilities or cognitive problems - read more
Working in partnership with Central Scotland Police Community Safety department, we can help support vulnerable people, at risk of being targeted by bogus callers, to stay safe within their own homes - read more
Telecare Times newsletter
We're part of the Stirling Telecare Partnership. Find out more about what we're doing to improve services for our Telecare clients - please read our newsletter for more information
Phone us: 0845 277 7000
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