UK's Largest Provider of Epilepsy Alarms and Sensors
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Welcome to the UK’s largest provider of Epilepsy Alarms and Sensors

Epilepsy is a complex condition that affects over 600,000 people across the UK, many of whom are children and young adults. The good news is that technological advancement has created a wide variety of Epilepsy alarms and sensors that can help both those with Epilepsy and their carers.

Epilepsy Alarms provide the most comprehensive range of reliable and accurate monitoring alarms and Epilepsy sensors to help detect and manage a wide range of seizures, including Tonic Clonic, Absence and Myoclonic.

We supply Epilepsy Alarms and sensors that use cutting-edge technology from the world’s leading Epileptic Seizure alarm manufacturers such as Danish Care, Emfit, Alert-It and BrioCare. These include both bed sensors and wrist worn Epilepsy sensors alert bracelets that are suitable for both adults and children.

If you need advice about which alarm would best suit your needs, then please get in touch. Our friendly team have a wealth of experience and can help you select the right Epilepsy sensor for you and can answer any questions you may have. You can get in touch via our Live Chat, email or by calling us on 0800 180 8833.

Specialist

Our friendly care team are always on hand to give you detailed expert advice on our range of epilepsy sensors and monitors.

Reliable

When it comes to monitoring Epilepsy, reliability is key. That’s why we only use equipment that has been fully trialled and tested.

Flexible

Epilepsy is a complex condition and not everyone reacts in the same way. That’s why we offer a 30 day no quibble returns policy.

24/7

To help people who may be on their own for a period we can offer 24 / 7 monitoring on a selection of our Epileptic Seizure alarms.

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We’re Proud to be working with Dr Hilary Jones

As a GP, I will see many patients with epilepsy throughout my career. Given that there are about 600,000 people with epilepsy in the UK, about 1 in 100 will be affected by this condition, and most GPs like me will have about 12 or more patients on their medical list.

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