Safety Pendant Rebate 2021

Safety Pendant Rebate is sheduled for 2021

The safety pendant rebate that was once available for the elderly in the state of Western Asutralia is sheduled to be back on the table later in 2021.

The Department of Communities is currently working through important details for the reinstatement of the safety pendant rebate Scheme and also includes security.

The aim of the safety pendant rebate is to provide WA Seniors and WA senior Card members a rebate of up to $400, after purchasing and installing a home security or electrical fire safety item.

It is also advisable to ensure that when precuring one, should you do through the safety pendant rebate, that the company is in WA. This is so as to help the Western Australian economy.

The purchased items will be require to be installed by a professional from a bonafide business such as abbicare. 

Further information on the safety pendant rebate can be obtained via the WA seniors card website detailed below, and the scheme is expected to be available later in 2021.

So look out for it or call the wonderful staff doing wonderful things at the centre. Contact details are written below should you want to be updated of the safety pendant rebate.

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Offers peace of mind for everyone

What is a Safety Pendant?

Simply put, a safety pendant or a fall alarm is a device for the elderly to be able to get help fast when the need arises.

When the SOS button is deployed, the device alerts family and friends that their loved one needs help.

It first send out a text message with a location of the user and then follows a few seconds later with a call.

This allows the loved one to access and call emergency services. It is also advisable to install a locked box outside so access is easy.

Great Savings to be Had

The seniors card WA website also has some great local businesses offering seniors some savings on certain products and services spanning a wide industry range, which means, you’re being supported for just being you. 

When I looked I saw some places I often already use so would definately be buying from them but, I must admit, the site was a tad slow when moving from one page to the next which is no big deal as I can always call them.

Phone: 1800 671 233

Email: info@seniorscard.wa.gov.au

Not A Member?

Also, if you are not a member of the seniors card as of yet then go to the seniors card wa website and apply for a card which you can see on a large blue tab on the top right of the website.

It is no secret that as we age in place our bones and muscles slowdown. Abbicare also offer a great and popular range of lightweight foldable electric wheelchairs for you to consider getting around when the legs do not sync with what you want.

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