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News from Alertacall plus articles and insights on how to enhance outcomes for people with higher needs in the housing, health and social care sectors.
At the heart of all our services is a unique approach to daily contact which was pioneered by Alertacall and gives our customers complete control, works all year round and is very convenient.
All our services are easy to use and setup, operate 365 days a year and are based around the principle of giving customers complete control over levels of daily contact.
Our team is experienced, highly trained and friendly, and our technology has been developed over a decade to help private individuals and organisations in the housing, health and social care sectors.
All of our services are based around the principles as set out below, which are tried and trusted and have helped us establish contact millions of times with our customers.
Customers are given a device with our OKEachDay Button on it. The most popular is our phone which works through the landline and can also be used alongside an existing phone. We also have devices for those who do not have a landline and there is a tablet version too.
Customers press the OKEachDay Button on their phone or other device anytime before a time chosen by them, either once or twice a day. It’s free to press, only takes a second and they can then get on with their day.
When the OKEachDay Button is pressed we can make the device play a message to remind people to attend an appointment, wait in for a scheduled visitor or to take medication. Housing providers often use feature to inform residents of any maintenance issues or to invite them to a meeting.
To help people remember to press, customers are sent a reminder around 10 minutes before their chosen time.
If they still don’t press the OKEachDay Button before their chosen time, one of our friendly team members will phone the individual’s landline or mobile to establish contact. This means customers always have the option of contact from our friendly team 365 days a year.
If we can’t make contact, or think there's another good reason to - we will let nominated contacts know, such as friends and family members. For some users, housing staff, health or social care professionals could be notified depending on the agreement in place.
In some cases, for example if we think it's very unusual that we can't make contact with someone, our team may feel its necessary to call emergency services or let other response services know.
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