InTouch lets you live independently with confidence

Bolton Clarke’s award-winning all-in-one home alert system, InTouch, lets you enjoy your daily routines and independence, knowing you’re connected to immediate help should you need it.

InTouch is simple to set up and use, with alarms that can be installed in your apartment and the option to include pendants with fall detection technology. You can also use the Bolton Clarke InTouch app to invite family into your circle of care.

The system, which has been rolled out to 1,600 clients nationally, supports independence and ageing in place with products including a personal help alarm, sensors for living spaces, voice activated alarms and falls pendants and wristbands with smartphone integration.

Its roll-out followed a pilot with 77 Bolton Clarke at home support and retirement living clients across NSW, Queensland and Victoria, with 90 per cent choosing to keep the products.

Bolton Clarke Chief Information Officer Johny Agotnes said the most significant demand for the products had been among retirement living residents, with numbers of at home support adopters also growing.

“Bolton Clarke has around 50,000 at home support clients across Queensland, NSW, Victoria and Tasmania and around 2,500 retirement living residents,” he said.

With the average age of retirement living residents now 81, demand for community care growing strongly and more older people living alone, the technology aims to provide security for customers to stay independent and peace of mind for families.

“The popularity of this solution is demonstrated in the fact that 1,600 have been rolled out this year, with another 1,000 installations scheduled for coming months. Particularly during COVID-19 this has provided an important point of connection so health issues can be detected and acted on early.”

InTouch is available to be installed in your Europa on Alma apartment. Talk to our Sales Manager about the options today.

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