New research commissioned by Age UK reveals that 450,000 people aged 65 and over are set to face Christmas alone this year, highlighting the fact that social isolation and loneliness is still a major concern for elderly people in the UK.
Life changing events such as retirement and bereavement can lead to elderly people’s social networks becoming smaller and this coupled with cuts to government budgets and elderly services means that this winter elderly people will feel the cold effects of loneliness even more. But thanks to UK based telecommunications company Easiphone, social isolation can be a thing of the past.
We know that the festive period is hectic and that you can’t always find the time to visit everyone but the brand new range of products and services from Easiphone make communication with your elderly relatives easier than ever before. So even if you can’t get over to see them on Christmas day, they won’t feel so alone.
Sometimes all people need is a chat. With the innovative new range from Easiphone even the most technologically challenged person will be provided with the freedom and security to go about their everyday lives knowing that if anything ever happens there is always someone at the end of the phone.
With a brand new range including an SOS bracelet phone, a GPS Android phone and a tablet device that is in production, you can be sure that Easiphone have the product perfect for your elderly relatives and their needs. The specialist big button displays, the simplicity of the programs and a 24/7 emergency care line make Easiphone products a must for any elderly relative this Christmas.
And with a 10% Christmas discount across various products, what better excuse have you got to get your elderly relatives a gift that will keep on giving long after the Christmas period is over. So get your relatives an Easiphone today and help them stay connected this Christmas.
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