Mi-guardian joined forces with the nation last week to help celebrate 70 years of the NHS.
Joined in Wootton Bassett by the local town crier, school students and a host of doctors and nurses, the Mi-guardian team – along with their mobile assessment unit – presented to the community the importance of mobile telecare, and held free assessments with visitors.
Tarnia Roan, National Telecare Manager for Mi-guardian said: “We had a wonderful day recognising the incredible efforts of everyone who is a part of the NHS. The services Mi-guardian offers can be invaluable to individuals and their families and can often act as a preventative measure for NHS services.
“Working together with local communities allows us to demonstrate the significance of telecare services and show how important a pendant can be to someone living confidently and independently at home”.
For more information on the service and to book a free assessment, contact the team on:
Call: 0800 130 0011