BREAKING NEWS from Partners In Care!


April 2017


A completely new and easy way to help your loved one stay safely at home alone.

 More people get into trouble due to an inability to get up than from falling.  Being “stuck” after falling can be a big problem for seniors living alone.  The risk of death doubles when lying on the floor for a long period of time after a fall.  Hospitalization may be necessary due to dehydration or injury from not being able to get up or summon help.  It’s a common worry for family members living away from parents.

Wearing an alert device can be very useful, but we know of instances where someone has taken it off and become incapacitated and unable to reach it.  One story comes to mind where the person wasn’t wearing the pendant and was unable to get out of the bathtub for two days before being found by a neighbor, purely by chance.   Another is from a person who fell and was unable to reach the phone, laying for hours before being discovered.  These occurrences are all too common.  An alert device can be extremely helpful, but useless if not worn.

Partners In Care has a reliable solution that will bring peace of mind, as well as safety, with the SafeInHome technology system that has affordable options, is non-intrusive, and fills the need to know what’s going on at home.  There are no cameras or violation of privacy.  The installation is simple.  There are no long-term contracts and pricing options tailored for specific needs.

“We know the difficulties associated with living alone and concerns especially for seniors,” says Shaun Clinkinbeard, President of Partners In Care providing non-medical in-home care.  “The addition of digital technology provides family members with direct access to what’s going on at home with alerts tailored to what they want to know.”

SafeinHome is an affordable monitoring system, with pricing starting as low as $79.95 per month. There are additional discounts for those receiving in-home care with Partners In Care, serving El Dorado, Nevada, Yuba, Sutter, Sacramento, Placer and Butte Counties.

Contact Partners In Care for more information about SafeinHome and in-home care at 530-268-7423 or visit our website,