SureSafe Alarms announces partnership with action on elder abuse

old coupleSureSafe Alarms, a leading provider of alarms for the elderly, is excited to announce a partnership with Action on Elder Abuse, a charity in the United Kingdom that focuses on protecting the elderly from all types of abuse.

SureSafe Alarms provides personal alarm systems that do not require monthly fees, making them ideal for anyone on a fixed budget. Action on Elder Abuse is a registered charity that campaigns to protect the elderly from mistreatment. They operate a confidential help line for those at risk. The two companies share a vision of a safe world for the elderly and now they are working together to make that vision a reality.



According to Action on Elder Abuse, more than 500,000 elderly citizens are abused each year, often at the hands of their caregivers. They work not only to provide the elderly with a safe and confidential way to get help, but to draw attention to this terrible problem. SureSafe Alarms takes its role in the community just as seriously and is committed to helping create a safer community for British seniors.

At SureSafe Alarms, they believe all older people have the right to live free from fear and abuse. They are committed to making independent living available to everyone, not just those who can afford it. They know their personal alarms provide one measure of comfort and safety for the citizens of Great Britain and Action on Elder Abuse provides another.

Anyone interested in learning more about this partnership can do so by visiting the Action on Elder Abuse or SureSafe Alarms websites.

About SureSafe Alarms: SureSafe Alarms is a leading provider of elderly personal alarm systems in the United Kingdom. They provide affordable options to give everyone the chance to live independently – safer and for longer.

Company: SureSafe Alarms
Contact Name: Daniel Westhead
Address: 40 The Looms, Neston, Wirral, CH64 6RF, UK
Telephone number: 0800 112 3201
Email address: info@personalalarms.org
Website Addresss: http://personalalarms.org/