In a world where new technology often overlooks the need for real contact, our proactive approach improves daily contact, empowers and protects people and helps housing, health and social care providers make better decisions.

We believe daily contact should be at the heart of all services for independent people because it improves well-being, reduces isolation and, with technology like ours, can help predict imminent housing, health and support challenges.

This means organisations can focus resources on those who need it the most, and make preventative decisions sooner, whilst friends and family members can feel happier about their loved one’s independence.

Importance of Daily Contact

Daily contact also protects, because if contact cannot be made – it can also trigger life-saving assistance that otherwise might never have come. Unlike alarm services, we never assume “no news is good news” because sometimes it just isn’t.

Our OKEachDay platform is trusted 365 days a year to power contact based services for many organisations and private individuals. It makes it easier to detect patterns of behaviour that could infer the need for preventative action, broadcast messages, set up reminders, track hospital stays and securely store other important data – like emergency contact details.

Independent people who benefit from our services are given complete control over contact with our OKEachDay button which, if pressed, gives them freedom to get with their day or they’ll otherwise receive a friendly call from our expert team who are trained in communication techniques for people with specialised needs.

If you’re a housing, health or social care provider – or an individual who’d like to put contact at the heart of your independent living strategy discover how Alertacall can bring contact to life.

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Improves contact with higher needs residents in sheltered, supported or general needs housing and reporting on housing related issues. Helps providers focus their staff time and resource.

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A preventative approach to integrated care that helps identify people with changing needs, improves transfers of care, medication and appointment compliance, and lowers admission rates.

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social care

Delivers improved communication with higher needs people, allowing providers to devote more time to those people in greatest need.

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Gives individuals confidence to live independently without wearing a device. The only service centred around maintaining daily contact.

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