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We all love to be at home. It is where our happy memories have been made and where we feel safe. But for those who have been ill or have had an accident or fall, home can be a daunting place to be alone.

Pendant alarm couple

A community alarm provides peace of mind for you, your family and friends that if you need help, it is just at the touch of a button.

By pressing the button on a pendant, that can be worn on the wrist or around the neck, a call will be made to our 24 hours a day, 7 days a week call monitoring service, alerting us that there may be a problem at home. Our professional and friendly local team will be able to speak with you, through your community alarm unit to check you are okay.

If you need help, we will contact one of your nominated people. This could be a family member, friend or neighbour. We always ask for two people, just in case one is uncontactable.

Keep happy at home for longer

If you have had a fall or need urgent medical help, we can arrange for the local emergency services to come out to you.

We recommend that you install a key safe on the outside of your home so that the emergency services can get in to you if you are unable to open the door.

Contact Community alarms (email today and put a stop to the worry linked to being at home alone or call us on 01493 846654 / 846674.

How much does it cost?
Community alarm services are paid either in full or by monthly Direct Debit.*
The annual charge is £210.99 which is £17.58 each month.
The alarm set-up charge and postage is £54. Alternatively, if we have to visit your home and you live in the Great Yarmouth Borough Council area, a set-up charge of £57.56 applies. If you live outside this area, the set-up charge will be £65.47. This charge will be taken in your first month's Direct Debit payment.
*If you are a council tenant, your community alarm charge is added to your rent account.
Please note all prices include VAT.

Last modified on 18 May 2023

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