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    I wear a wrist panic alarm for those sort of occasions, they can be bought cheaply off EBay.

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    I also wear a wrist alarm which is connected to the telephone alarm system. It works within a radius of 30 metres from the phone so it's good in the garden. When I go out I hang it on the door key hook so that I when come back and replace the key I don't forget my alarm.

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    Hi Durwood;

    Does Telecare have automatic fall detectors, If so it might be worth paying the extra and having that on him at all times. I think most companies phone you first so it's quite easy to cancel the alarm. I do hope your hubby's OK as bruised ribs can be very painful.

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    The problem is when you fall in the house and your carer is not within earshot.

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    when i was mobile we had the call alarm fitted for free. It came with a red button pendant and a fall detecter which clipped on my waistband. We didnt have to pay a penny.
    mik

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