Accidental falls are common amongst people of all ages, but older people are at a higher risk of falling, especially if they have existing health conditions.

Older people are more likely to fall as they have a higher risk of having one of the following:

  • Osteoporosis
  • Poor vision
  • Balance problems
  • Long-term health conditions

Around 1 in 3 adults over the age of 65 who live at home will have at least one fall a year. Around half of these will have falls on a more frequent basis.

Although most falls do not result in serious injury, there is a risk that a fall could lead to broken bones, or can cause a person to lose confidence.

How we can help

If you’ve had a fall or you feel your balance isn’t as good as it was, it’s natural to feel worried about falling. This can become a problem if it’s causing you to avoid certain activities, such as exercise, or leaving your home.

At Progress Lifeline, we provide products and services designed to offer peace of mind and reassurance.

Our falls reassurance package includes a fall detector, which will automatically send an alert to our alarm response centre when it senses a fall - no need to press a button or reach for a phone.

Alternatively you can use a standard personal lifeline alarm which by pressing a button (on a pendant or wristband) will alert our 24/7 alarm response centre who will get help on its way immediately.


A Helping Hand

Our products and plans are tailor made to help you or your loved ones stay safe. Explore the range below and see how Progress Lifeline can assist those prone to falling.

Footprint GPS Alarm & Falls Detector

The Footprint is a GPS location device, pendant alarm & falls detector all-in-one.

Falls Detector

The Falls Detector is worn like a watch. When a fall is detected, the device automatically connects the wearer to our alarm response centre - no need to even press the button.

Emergency Home Response

Add our Emergency Home Response service to any alarm package for just £14.99 per month. Our responders provide 24/7 assistance to you at home if your family and named contacts can’t get there.

Key Safe

A KeySafe can be installed externally to allow safe and secure emergency access to your home. (A code is used by contacts that you approve to help in an emergency).