Feel safe and stay in control
Confirm you’re OK each day – once or twice a day by pressing the OKEachDay button on a device we’ll send to you. Alternatively, you’ll receive a friendly phone call from a caring member of our highly trained team at times you have chosen, e.g. 10am. To keep you safe, if ever we’re worried about you, we’ll let people you’ve specified know.
Perfect for older people, or anyone with health conditions who live on their own, who like to be in control, want to feel safer and want to help reassure friends and family.
Help while social distancing
The impact of Coronavirus means the service is especially valuable at this time when people are spending more time on their own, and it is more difficult to see family and friends.
Very easy to set up and no need for you to wear anything like a pendant alarm.
We can even set up the service to work using your own phone.
A Great British Invention
Launched in 2004 by our founder James, who wanted a way to establish contact each day with his grandmother Eveline to help her maintain her independence.
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Now an award winning successful organisation helping tens of thousands of people all over the UK.
NHS Charities Together
Inspired by Captain Tom Moore’s walk, we will be donating £10 for each OKEachDay subscription at this time to NHS Charities Together. The charity supports NHS staff and volunteers caring for Coronavirus patients.
"It’s non-intrusive, convenient and so reassuring if you live alone"
"The reminder service is great. If I need to set a reminder for a doctors appointment or an early morning wake up call when I’m going on holiday, I just let the team there know and I get a call on the day. More importantly, I’ve set it to remind myself of my grandson’s birthday so I always remember to send a card"
“I’ve been using service for several years now and it really has given me back my confidence. Your team are always helpful and friendly, which makes all the difference.”
“OKEachDay has been so useful. I now get helpful reminders about my doctor appointments and when I need to take my medicine. I’m not sure what I’d do without it now.”
"Just a short note to say thanks for all your help this year. It’s nice to know you are all there for me."
"I am writing to express my thanks for helping me last week. I am really not sure what would have happened had you not been there."