Telecare - how it works

Most of our Telecare equipment requires a unit.  Your unit is connected to an active land line telephone socket and a nearby mains power socket.

Supporting your health with technology

There are additional types of assistive technology to support people with:

  • long-term health conditions
  • more complex disabilities
  • cognitive problems

Telecare - your stories

Find out more about how Telecare technologies have improved quality of life for Service Users and their families: 

Contact Us

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Mobile Emergency Care Service enables vulnerable people the ability to summon help and assistance by pressing a button which can be worn around their neck, wrist or clipped onto clothing.

We continue to provide MECS along with an extensive range of other technology - all of which is referred to as Telecare.  View our introductory Telecare brochure.