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Lookout Call has a growing series of testimonials from its customers; here are some of their stories.
Mind chooses Lookout Call
Mind in Cambridgeshire is a dynamic county-wide charity that supports local people in their recovery from mental health issues. As well as offering active support, the charity is also committed to raising awareness around mental well-being and tackling the stigma of mental health. Mind in Cambridgeshire provides a home support service for people recovering from… Read Full Case Study “Mind chooses Lookout Call”
Cambridge Cyrenians impressed with customised Lookout Call system
Cambridge Cyrenians, a registered charity that provides supported accommodation for single, homeless people in Cambridge, is using a customised version of Lookout Call, to enhance the lone worker protection of staff members and volunteer workers, as part of its overall health and safety policy. The Cyrenians has nine hostels throughout the city and these are… Read Full Case Study “Cambridge Cyrenians impressed with customised Lookout Call system”
Lookout Call offers ‘affordable staff safety’ says Addaction
Addaction works with people affected by drugs and alcohol to reduce and end their dependencies. The charity manages over 120 treatment services across England and Scotland, and offers support to the friends and family of those affected by addiction. Recovery for all service users is Addaction’s ultimate ambition. But the charity recognises that… Read Full Case Study “Lookout Call offers ‘affordable staff safety’ says Addaction”
Wintercomfort is a day centre in Cambridge supporting people who are sleeping rough or vulnerably housed. While most of the support we offer is based at the centre we sometimes accompany individuals off-site to attend medical appointments, the City Council, the Job Centre or visit them in their own homes, especially if we have been… Read Full Case Study “Winter Comfort”
Women’s Aid makes lone worker safety a priority
Bury St Edmund’s Women’s Aid Centre was established in 1974 to provide safety and support for women and children experiencing domestic abuse. The refuge offers temporary accommodation where women and their children can recover from the traumatic effects of domestic violence, as well as a range of community services, courses and counselling to assist them… Read Full Case Study “Women’s Aid makes lone worker safety a priority”
Ormiston Families has been supporting children, young people and their families across East Anglia ever since 1969 when Fiona Ormiston Murray and her husband were tragically killed in a car accident on their honeymoon. The Murray Family established the Ormiston Trust to create a living memorial to a woman who loved children but was denied… Read Full Case Study “ORMISTON FAMILIES”