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    • 13th Feb 11, 4:15 PM
    key safes 13th Feb 11 at 4:15 PM
    Don't k now if this will be of any help to anyone who has elderly parents/ relatives that live alone but I will post this any way.
    My Mum is 86 and now lives alone . She always locks her door. She has an emergency line which she wears around her neck (when she remembers) .. but if any emergency service needs access , they would have to break in if she could not get to the door.
    I have fitted a keysafe on the outside of the house with a set of keys inside. It has a numerical code for access that only the family know.
    If my Mum is ever in a position that the emergency service need access I can give them the code no matter where I am .
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