Deploying city-wide telecare service, which is believed to be the first of its kind in the UK, Birmingham City Council expects to beef-up safety and support for older and vulnerable residents whilst maximising their independence.
The telecare service is planned to benefit up to 25 000 people in Birmingham, a city in central England, over three years and at a cost of
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