A Platform for use at Home, or in Social & Residential Care

Inclusive & accessible communication

Extensive research and user-centred design has enabled Link-ages to deliver an adaptable platform that supports professionals and families to empower older and vulnerable people to live healthy independent lives.

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A safe way for Management to stay in touch with their residents and set-up activities and other social groups through our portal.

Stay in touch easily with older relatives, helping them to retain independence whilst reducing the risks of loneliness and isolation.

In supported living or in their own homes, help older or vulnerable people to stay in touch with family, friends and carers.

Residential Communities


Care Providers

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Built to protect our vulnerable users

Using Link-ages, you can set up a private network, called a Bubble. This Bubble allows a professional or family member to protect their vulnerable clients or relatives from unsolicited contact whilst enabling easy, safe, and accessible communication. As the Administrator of a Bubble you can choose the settings to suit each individual.

Designed for Mixed Abilities

Remote Support & Monitoring

Data safe & Advert free

Inclusive communication

Link-ages is uniquely designed with accessibility at it’s heart. Our system is easy to learn, easy to use and highly affordable, making it available to all.

Using Link-ages allows you to carry out simple check-ins etc. remotely, reducing the burden on staff whilst allowing your residents to retain independence and autonomy.

Improving access

Wellbeing integrations

Communication is at the heart of what we do, and with our platform soon to be available on your television, access will be even easier. Plus integrations with health technology will support independent living.

How Link-ages can make a difference

Working with Bath University & St John's Bath

"We are extremely passionate about ensuring our residents and the wider community age well and see a lot of value in developing and testing a television-based intervention which we know will be a popular and familiar technology amongst our residents. This project and the creation of an inclusive television-based active ageing intervention will support access to those hardest to reach and therefore more isolated.

Lynn Toman, Head of Good Living Team at St John’s Foundation.

Trials with BCP (Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole Council) Smart Place

“The (Link-ages) Access keyboard enables people who live on their own to engage with their families and friends helping to tackle isolation and loneliness” and [the product] “developed by a local company can help to ensure in the future that we can deliver adult social care more efficiently and effectively.”

Adrian Hale, Smart Place Strategy & Programming Lead, BCP Council

Modular systems adaptable for user’s needs

From video calling and messaging to reminders and exercise programmes - as digital skills and confidence grow vulnerable people can choose to continue to be supported by family or carers or take control of their own experience.

Enterprise scale management dashboard

To enable you to deliver person-to-person or group communication into residential communities, we are developing a comprehensive management system that empowers your staff and residents, and works alongside our existing platform.