Telephone Reassurance

A daily phone call delivers peace of mind to seniors who are homebound or disabled. A staff member calls the senior at a scheduled time each day to make sure he or she is happy, healthy and safe.

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The Telephone Reassurance Program is designed to help homebound elderly and/or disabled individuals to remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible by providing reassuring telephone calls, social support and safety checks. This program hopes to reduce isolation and help recipients feel safer and more connected to their community.

Program Services

  • A brief, daily telephone call to a homebound elderly and/or disabled person 
  • The call is placed at a pre-arranged time each day 
  • Calls are made up to 5 days a week, Monday through Friday
  • Calls are made by friendly, trained staff members
  • This service is offered at no cost
  • If the recipient does not answer the phone, a procedure of safety checks is followed before emergency response system (911) is activated

Participant Information

  • Recipients must be temporarily or permanently homebound (unable to leave their residence due to disability, injury or age)
  • Recipients must be age 60 or older and/or disabled
  • Recipients must agree to program guidelines

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