Cost-effective care for your older loved ones

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How to keep your parents independent and safe

Discussing the best care options for your loved ones can often be a challenging and sensitive topic.

Naturally, many older people want to stay in their own homes for as long as possible. Thinking about the cost of that care can make the conversation even harder to have.

The new alternatives to traditional homecare

Getting help at home doesn’t necessarily mean having a carer visit or live with your loved one – and residential care definitely isn’t the only solution.

This is where technology solutions come in.

There are a number of tools and devices that can give you real time, around-the-clock updates on your loved one’s daily routine – keeping a close eye on changes, and alerting you to anything concerning.

There are so many things that may worry you when an older loved one is living alone. You may be concerned about how they would get help if they fell or how they would raise an alarm in an emergency.

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How technology can help

Technology can keep an eye on these things and more, from simple emergency buttons to powerful Artificial Intelligence powered solutions.

But how do you know which is the right solution for your loved one?

Take our short questionnaire to find out more about home care technologies, and which could be the best solution for you and your loved one.

You will receive a personalised care recommendation based on a risk score calculated from your answers and a free care solutions guide.

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