Good Morning Calls: befriending and safety-net alert service
by Good Morning Service Claimed
Good Morning Calls are made from 8am to noon, building friendships and alerting an emergency contact person / police to potential health problems 365 days a year.
"The warm hearted conversations make me feel good and I like knowing that somebody is looking out for me and is on hand to help in an emergency, it's security." Client, 74 years
"My life has inevitably slowed down, but Good Morning has helped me feel re-connected to life as it used to be. My children live abroad, old friends are mostly no longer alive and so I find that Good Morning has opened up a lovely new world for me." Dorothy, 86 years
"They're my community because I don't get out too often. The staff let us know about things happening, things no-one else thinks to tell me about. And they care about you. I can speak to them about things I can't tell anyone else.They're so easy to talk to, so caring." Elizabeth, 74 years
"I live my life differently because of it. It gives me some prompting to get on with life." Janet, 64 years
"I'm not too well in the morning but when the phone rings and they say 'hello', it is a better tonic right away than all the tablets I swallow." Ann, 86 years
Last updated 06/05/2020
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This service is under the category: Health & Social Care Services , Support Network , Befriending , Helplines
- · Glasgow City (Local Authority)
- · South Ayrshire (Integration Authority (HSCP))
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