We are here to help you enjoy your life to its fullest. This may be in your home or out and about, whatever way you want to live your life we can provide reassurance that should you need help our expert team can support you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
By offering a range of technology-enabled care products that we constantly review and add to, as well as access to our 24/7 expert wellbeing advisors, and a bespoke service designed to suit your individual needs, you can rely on us to help you live safely and independently at home or when you are out and about.
Discreet technology solutions such as wrist-worn pendant alarms or small mobile devices that can fit into your pocket, can ensure that when you raise the alarm, we, or your chosen contact can respond to your call quickly.
Our highly trained, specialist Delta Wellbeing Advisors, can give you all of the information you need to get the right bespoke solution that suits your needs and lifestyle.
For more information give us a call on 0300 333 2222
Carers emergency card
The Carers Emergency card is a free service for carers of people, living in the region.
Carers carry a ‘purse or wallet size’ card, which contains a unique ID and emergency response number. The card informs others that the holder cares for someone at home who cannot manage without help. Should the Carer become involved in an accident/emergency or is taken seriously ill, other people and emergency services will know that the person they care for needs help.
How does it work?
Carers complete a registration form giving details of the person they care for, together with contact details of up to two nominated persons who could substitute the carer’s place in an emergency or any unforeseen circumstance. The completed form is sent to us for processing and the Carer receives a Carer’s Emergency Card, with a unique ID number. Should someone phone the emergency number on the card, this will inform our Delta Wellbeing Advisors of an accident or emergency. We will call the nominated person(s) to action contingency arrangements. If there is no substitute person to nominate in an emergency, we will contact Social Services to make contingency arrangements for the cared-for person.