Are you living with a disability or a condition that impacts on your independence and affects your day-to-day life? If this is you, or one of your loved ones, then please read o! We can help out, thanks to our new and exciting piece of technology.
Nottingham is rolling out the Covid-19 vaccine. Have you had yours yet? The last year has been hard to describe, but we are pretty certain that we are right when we say that the whole nation can't wait to be able to get back to a little bit of normal! Although we know that we can't do this just yet, and it's still vital to remain in lockdown for the moment, we can't help but see the glimmer of positive things to come.
Are you starting to lose confidence when you go out on your own? Or are you concerned about a family member or friend? Don't worry, that's not unusual. And it's not always just about getting older. Some people worry about being on their own due to mobility issues or anxiety - there's so many reasons. And we can help!
We're very proud of the whole team at Nottingham on Call, who make sure there is always help to hand for our customers 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year. But what are their days like? One of our call operators, Jeff Noon, kindly documented a typical shift at Nottingham on Call, to show just what a fantastic and important service the team is providing to thousands of people across Nottinghamshire and beyond.
The family of one of our wonderful customers wrote a letter of thanks to us after the sad passing of their Father. When Mr Archer passed away recently after living with Alzheimer's for the past few years, his son Stephen wanted to write to Nottingham On Call to thank them directly.
GO! is one of the first pendant alarms of its kind in the UK. Where most alarms are based in the home, this allows its user to go wherever they want, with peace of mind.
We are slowly finding our way out of lockdown and doesn't it feel good? After 6 months of lockdown life, small, local businesses have really taken a hit. How many of your local shops and services have you seen struggling or even worse close due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
A day in the life of a telecare call operator is never really the same. Our team at Nottingham on Call works incredibly hard to support all our customers. And all calls are different.
Despite the UK lockdown in May and June, Nottingham on Call’s fantastic contact centre team has handled over 61,000 alarm activations! And they’ve answered nearly every call within 60 seconds!
Home support packages can be daunting to think about. Especially if you are living alone. In this blog we want to discuss some different reasons why you might choose one of our packages.
Gadgets from the past. Do you remember any of these gadgets? We are venturing back in time to look at gadgets from the past and what has replaced them. But how many of these can you remember?
Arthritis can be life changing. It can be painful and debilitating. However, there are things you can do to help make living with arthritis far more comfortable and manageable.
Protect your skin from the sun this summer and July is UV Safety Month. So let’s talk about sun safety as we approach this month and begin to enjoy out Great British summer.
Eating healthily can not only be a challenge but often can be confusing. There are many myths around different foods and eating habits. We want to help clear up some of these myths so you can eat well and feel great.
Self install care alarms are something we have been working towards for a while. Well great news, they are now here! Let us tell you all about this new way of getting our support in your home.
Margaret Payne is another superhero we need to be thankful for during this pandemic! Have a read to find out why she is such a star and how she is raising money to help the cause
Tackling loneliness and social isolation is a key priority in older persons’ housing. Loneliness and isolation is known to contribute to a more rapid deterioration in both the mental and physical health of an older person.
A COVID-19 good news story gives us hope as a nation, as we get so used to seeing all of the bad news. Let’s celebrate these promising stories and focus on them during this time.
Ageing worries are something many of us think about. However, do you ever consider you might be wearing the wrong sized shoes for your feet? It could be a cause of many foot related problems.
The Digital Switchover already happened with TV aerials in 2012 I hear you cry! That is true, but now it’s the phone lines and the analogue switch off, which will take place in 2025?
Home care is something many elderly and vulnerable people require. It is a vital resource for millions of senior citizens across the UK. Nottingham On Call is proud to care for Nottingham residents.
Living independently for as long as possible and confidently is something we all hope to be able to do because no-one wants to go in to care. Sadly, more elderly people are moving into care homes or with family as they are not able anymore.
We receive thousands of calls every year from people who have had a fall. If someone is injured, we will contact an ambulance and get assistance to our customer as soon as possible. But this is not always the case.
Christmas is seen as a time to bring friends and family together. However, for some people, particularly the elderly, Christmas is often the hardest time of year.
Getting older doesn’t have to be a difficult time! We joined our colleagues at Nottingham City Council and other city organisations on Tuesday 1st October to mark International Older People’s Day.
Fun day announced with Nottingham City Homes. On Saturday 14th September we are joining the team at Nottingham City Homes to celebrate 100 years of council housing.
We’re getting ready to launch our brand new mobile phone and app service, which will offer our customers a direct way to alert us if they have a fall, or come into trouble, and they are out and about.
The Nottingham on Call team were out in force at Nottingham’s Victoria Centre Market in April, alongside the team at Nottingham City Homes (NCH), offering advice and guidance.