Age Concern is offering church groups across Northern Ireland free tea and biscuits when they arrange an Aid Call personal safety alarm demonstration.
Age Concern is the largest charity looking after the needs of older people across Northern Ireland and the UK.
Ron Warwick, from Aid Call Northern Ireland, said: “Aid Call is a very simple to operate personal safety alarm system that is installed in your home. The alarm is lightweight and can be worn around the neck as a pendant, on a wrist strip or clipped to clothing. Then if support is needed, one press of a button starts a two-way speech link with our dedicated Response Centre.”
A nominated friend, neighbour or relative to is then contacted to assist the caller.
Profits from Aid Call go back to Age Concern, and there are various payment options including a one-off lifetime cover payment of £585. A social fund grant may be available to qualifying applicants.
To arrange a demonstration and receive free tea, coffee and biscuits for your meeting, please call 0808 100 4545 and quote the reference ‘PR1’.
Further information about Aid Call is available by contacting Age Concern Enterprises NI (ACEnt NI) on 02890 233341, by calling into our offices at 10 College Street, Belfast, or by logging onto www.aidcall.co.uk/ni