Growing old is something that none of us can avoid, but should growing old mean that you are waving goodbye to human interaction?

The Campaign to End Loneliness reveals a shocking truth about life for the elderly in Britain. According to recent statistics there are over 800,000 people in England who are chronically lonely – a statistic that shouldn’  even be an issue according to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt. Speaking at the National Children and Adult Services (NCAS) conference, he insisted entering into old age “should not involve waving goodbye to one’s dignity.”

“Each and every lonely person has someone that could visit them and offer companionship.” So why do five million people in Britain state that the television is their main form of company? This is a generation that have fought in World Wars, dealt with the hardship of bringing up families during recessions, but as soon as they get to a certain age they are first to be shipped off into residential care homes with no form of human interaction.

Luckily for them, Easiphone is on hand to help. We work hard to provide easy to use big button landline and big button mobile phones to give freedom back to the elderly and reduce that feeling of isolation. Our specially designed products and services provide freedom and security for your elderly relatives and peace of mind for you – and with a new range including an SOS bracelet phone, a GPS Android phone and a tablet device you can be sure that Easiphone has it covered. Let’s start working towards a better and less isolated future for the elderly, by picking up the phone today.