All of our phones, accessories and services are specifically designed for the elderly, partially sighted and hard of hearing…

Place your order before 3pm (Monday to Friday) and we’ll aim to deliver the next day

In an emergency, we can call your family and friends

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“Easiphone are great to deal with, very helpful and efficient, thank you.”

Stephen Tyler

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“If Mum needs help in an emergency, she just presses the SOS button… you’ve taken away a big worry.”

Barry Wilkinson

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“Really quick delivery, easy to set up… excellent all round! Thank you!”

Daniel Kerstein

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NHS

NHS

Age UK

Age UK

Royal Association for Deaf People

Royal Association for Deaf People

Local Authorities

Most Local Authorities

More reasons to be happy…

“I purchased one for my elderly mother before Christmas and was so impressed I purchased this one for myself due to having disabilities myself. Makes a difference. Thank you once again.”

Julie | January 2016

“Very good phone – I work with gloves on and big buttons are helpful..also it’s IP67 suit to my job”

Mark | July 2015

“I am writing to let you know I have received the phone I ordered and I would like to say how pleased with it and how quick it was delivered.
Thank you and best wishes”

Mrs Swindon | July 2015

“This Easiphone has nice big numbers – ideal for the visually impaired – loads of space in the phone book for all those important numbers of relatives and friends and an emergency button on the rear of the phone which when pressed will run down a list of up to 5 contacts in turn until one of them answers the call. Extra features are really handy like a Camera and a magnifier to help see small text Well done Easiphone”

Patrick | July 2014

Flexible terms

As little or as much as you need

Our order line is free!

Freephone 0808 254 0247

We aim for same day dispatch

Order before 3pm Monday - Friday

Not satisfied?

We'll refund you within 30 days


Unsure which phone is right for you?

Call us free 0808 254 0247


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We’re not a big company, we’re small and concerned.

We’re motivated and influenced by our own families, and by friends who are caring for the elderly and the disabled.

We also listen and learn from leading charities, local councils, GPs and carer organisations.

And we are a family run business with 20 years experience in the telecommunications industry.

Watch our short informational video

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2 weeks ago

Easiphone

As a GP, I have many patients who wear themselves out trying to look after loved ones.
Perhaps you are doing long hours at work as well as with a relative. Maybe it feels like
you’re always on the road driving to be with them. Or simply coping with the 24 hour a day
worries about whether they are OK. It’s important to remember that if you are not physically
and emotionally in good form, you won’t have enough energy to keep caring.
Doctors and nurses now talk about “compassion fatigue”. It’s that feeling you might have
experienced when you are so tired of seeing your loved one struggling that you start to feel
numb. The pleasure you once got from caring for someone might feel like it has run out and
anger or frustration has taken its place. If this is how you feel it is time to make some
changes.

Take a step back and write down what you are trying to do each week. What could you
tweak to make sure you have set aside some time to focus on yourself? Find some moments
to exercise, talk to friends, or just sit still! Shake up your routines if you feel stuck in a rut. Let
your GP surgery know that you are a carer: they will add this to your notes to flag up that you
might be under extra pressures and that, if you get ill, it will have an effect on the person you
care for. Make an appointment if you feel your health is suffering or need more support.
Sometimes telling people they need to be a bit more selfish is the best prescription I can
write!

Dr Amy (GP)
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