Supporting you to be Independent
With a Securely for Independence system, you can feel safe in your own home, which means peace of mind for you and your family. You’ll still have the freedom to live as you like, but if something does happen, there’s the comforting notion that we can help arrange for the exact assistance you need.
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We provide assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, nationwide.
Securely’s ambition is to enable
New Zealander’s to live with confidence and independence.
We do this by providing excellent products and services that support people throughout their lives.
We pride ourselves on having a well trained team, offering thoughtful, respectful assistance.
Safer at home with Securely for Independence
In any kind of situation, at the press of a button or a voice command, we’ll be in touch with you right away. Once we know what’s happening, we will get the help you choose or need, whether it’s an ambulance, your family or perhaps you just need your neighbour to help you. No matter what is happening, you will get the help you need. We will stay on the line, support you or your carer until help arrives, and if things change while help is on the way, we are able to support you and keep the help informed. We can let your family and friends know if you’re taken to hospital.
We know that when it comes to care, everyone has their own view and need. So naturally, the way we take care of your needs is to individualise and tailor our service to best suit your situation.Learn more about our products
Optimal support structure
Our friendly staff will be in contact with you a minimum of once a year to ensure we have confirmed your nominated contacts and your instructions so that we can continue to give you the best possible service.
Primarily, we provide the optimal support structure help so you can stay in your own home, maintain the level of independence you desire. We can cater to people in a range of circumstances.
Give us a call or message us if:
- You live alone.
- You are an elderly couple and one partner is less able.
- You are a carer.
- You’re living with dementia.
- You’re living with a disability.
- You’re living with a life-threatening medical condition.
- If you are interested on behalf of another person.
- If you know someone who could benefit from having additional support to retain their independence.