Lifesavers at the end of the line (UK)

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I like this local story that begins “Pensioner Vera Chapman believes she would not be alive today if it was not for Worcestershire Telecare.” Despite somewhat perpetuating the idea that telecare is just a pendant alarm, fall detector, smoke detector, etc. it has the ring of an article that has arisen because a reporter had a real story to develop with the local service, rather than working from a manufacturer’s standard media pack. Read it here.


  1. What a shame she had to wait 2 hours for any response when WristCare would have called for help on her behalf after 30 minutes. Very pleased all has ended well, but for many people a 2 hour floor time has serious implications for recovery.