Deal makes person-centred alarm service available to customers to enable them to stay independent for longer
Tunstall Healthcare has entered into an agreement with PPP Taking Care to become the technology partner for its Personal Alarm Service, delivering Lifeline Vi home units and other connected care technology to bring peace of mind to users and their families across the UK.
PPP Taking Care supports people to stay at home independently for longer.
And this new agreement means individuals joining the service will receive additional support in the form of Tunstall’s telecare technology.
Gavin Bashar, managing director at Tunstall Healthcare, said: “We are delighted to be working with PPP Taking Care, bringing together our expertise to provide a quality telecare experience to users who need it most.”
Under the partnership, users will be able to access specially-branded Lifeline Vi home units along with a MyAmie personal pendant with a distinctive grey button.
Steve Gates, managing director at PPP Taking Care, said: “We chose to work with Tunstall as we are committed to putting customers at the heart of innovative telecare solutions that save lives.
“Tunstall’s leading technology allows us to provide a first-class, reliable service to our customers, helping them to remain safe and independent in the homes they love.”
It is also planned that PPP Taking Care customers will benefit from a range of telecare sensors, including smoke, flood and personal fall detectors which can be worn around the neck or on the wrist, raising an alert if it senses the user has fallen.