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Lifeline Service

Dec 13, 2011 05:20PM ● Published by Anonymous


The holidays are a time to share in special moments with family and friends. For some, nothing can compare to spending the holidays at home. That’s where Shore Home Care’s Lifeline services can help.

By pushing a lightweight waterproof button that can be worn either around the neck or wrist, a Lifeline subscriber has immediate access to help - 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. Each call is answered by a trained person who can to fully assess the caller’s situation and efficiently link them to the care they need.

“We are very proud of this service, which helps our elders live with dignity and security in the homes they love. We are especially motivated during this holiday season to help more at-risk elders stay at home safely, so they can share in the festivities with their family and friends,” said Carolyn Duvall, Shore Home Care’s Lifeline Program Coordinator. Shore Home Care is offering free installation of Lifeline for new members through December 31, 2011. For more information, contact Carolyn Duvall at (410) 820-6052, extension 2934. To learn more about the services offered by Shore Home Care, please visit www.shorehealth.org/services/shc/

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