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|Problems that CareCalls solve|
|How CareCalls work|
|Alerts and Reports: see if a CareCall is helping|
|Setting up a CareCall|
|Pausing, editing or cancelling a CareCall|
|Paying for CareCalls|
|For public sector and care companies|
|Sharing CareCalls with others|
|Security and privacy|
CareCalls is proven to increase medication compliance, it is perfect for a) prescriptions with less frequent, and easily forgotten daily dosages, for example, Diabetes and b) prescriptions with frequent and very specifically timed dosages e.g Parkinson’s.
CareCalls is great for reminding people to do important things, for example, locking doors, putting the dog out or checking the oven is turned off. Those with early stage Alzhemiers, poor memory or learning difficulties often find this helps them feel safe and independent.
CareCalls can give you an early warning of a potential emergency, such as a fall or blackout. Those receiving CareCalls and their families frequently share how much safer they feel when a regular phone call check in is in place.
They will be asked to acknowledge the call by pressing any button.
If a call does not get through after 2 attempts (15 minutes apart) up to 3 people can immediately recieve an alert via SMS, phone or email. This is optional and does not cost extra.
A comprehensive PDF report detailing whether calls have been answered over a given period of time. Request a free report at any time by calling customer service on 0117 3357 999 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. An online report view will be available soon.
The form directly communicates with the CareCalls system so calls will be set up and enabled as soon as the form is completed.
CareCalls can be paused, edited or cancelled by calling customer service on 0117 3357 999 or emailing us at email@example.com.
Download a Brochure and information pack here.