As an Area Representative of TASK Community Care,
I am available to show how Telecare can help people retain their independence and live in their own home .
You can also contact me if your Community group is registered or is considering registering with Pobal for the grant available for persons over 65 years of age under the
Since 1st of Nov 2017 TASK Community Care are the No 1 supplier for Community groups registered under the Seniors Alert Scheme in Clare, Limerick and Kerry.
I am also available to speak with and meet Community Groups that have installed social alarms in the past who want to replace pendant buttons or add a bogus call button or other sensor.
To contact me please leave a message : .
1 In the Comment Section below.
2 Or ring my mobile 0860568155.
3 Email email@example.com
Bogus Caller Button
If you are unsure of a caller’s identity, press the bogus caller button before opening your door. Once activated, it connects to your monitored alarm & trained operators listen to ensure you are safe. Alternatively,
operators can let the caller know that you are not alone. If necessary, they will contact An Garda Síochána or one of your nominated keyholders.
Compatible with full range of Telealarm and Bosch Carephone alarms.
See Bogus Caller Flyer below for more info.
Grant available for persons over 65 years of age.
- TASK Community Care, Ireland’s longest established telecare company also provides one year free monitoring for all participants under the new Seniors Alert Scheme.
Note: TASK Community Care can monitor almost all makes of telecare equipment including Bosch, Tunstall, Tynetec, Chubb, TeleAlarm and many others. You can contact their County Meath office on 01 843 5889 with any questions about using them for monitoring of your Seniors Alert Scheme Alarm or
Peter Butler on 0860568155.
Click on the Seniors Alert Scheme Page for more information.
- Dec. 12, 2017
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- Dec. 12, 2017
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