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KeySafe

The Supra C500 KeySafe is a simple way to keep your door keys handy should they be needed in an emergency. It is fitted to an external wall and can only be opened by entering a unique code. The police approved KeySafe is as safe and secure as your front door.

The C500 KeySafe is ideal for anyone who needs other people to have access to their homes: friend and family, carers or the emergency services. You don’t have to risk hiding them under a doormat or in a plant pot. It also removes the dangers of having to leave the door unlocked or handing out your spare keys.

Keysafe

How does it work?

KeySafes are fitted outside a property and can only be opened with a code that we hold on your behalf. In the event of an emergency, we will give the code to the emergency services who can gain access to your property without forced entry.

Why is it needed?

Spare keys are needed in many situations. One option is for others to have their own key but this doesn’t work if they aren’t around to let in the emergency services. Another option is to leave a spare key hidden under the mat/plant pot but this is obviously not a very security-conscious plan. KeySafes provide quick secure access to a property when the person is not able to get to the door.

How does the personal alarm service work?

The keysafe works in combination with the personal alarm service and helps individuals to live more independently, and have an improved quality of life.

Discrete wireless sensors throughout your home can automatically raise a local, audible alarm, as well as alerting a carer, key holder or the monitoring centre as appropriate.

Doro Care Personal Alarm
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Press the button

Simply press the button on your pendant or alarm unit when you need assistance.

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Speak to our staff

Our staff will respond and speak to you via the alarm unit. If they cannot get in touch they will summon help.

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Help is on the way

We will summon help by contacting the nominated key holder (relative, friend or neighbour) or the emergency services.