Keep vulnerable loved ones, safe at home, safe away from home with Oysta

24 hours a day. 7 days a week

The ones you care about are connected 24/7 providing reassurance as and when you need it. 

Anytime, anywhere

Whatever your lifestyle it works anywhere, in the house, in the garden, out and about all around the UK!

Best choice & expert advice

Our experts take care of everything. Our fully managed service means exactly that – we do it all.

Real Life


Using Oysta’s service and range of devices fosters safer independence for vulnerable people everywhere, in and outside the home, improving their quality of life. Worry and stress for carers and family members is reduced. People can really benefit from having Oysta.

How you could benefit

Provides confidence that help is at hand, allowing people to stay in their home longer

Get a faster response when a fall occurs. About 3 million over 65s have a fall each year, according to Age UK

Reduce loneliness and improve social inclusion. 3.5 million over ‘65s live alone, and getting out and about can be a struggle

Supports independent living for those with learning disabilities (those traveling or living alone)

Provides a safety-net for those that may get lost or distressed when away from home. 40% of those with dementia get lost outside the home, which can lead to being overly confined or an early move to a care home

Engages families with greater involvement. 6.5 million people need informal care by a loved one in the UK.

Oysta enables person-centred care at home and in the community. We support early intervention, preventative care, self-care, protecting the elderly and those with conditions that make them vulnerable.

The scenarios are endless. Here are a few real-life examples – in their own words but with different names.


Marie is 67 with dementia but wants to remain independent. Supported living staff were reluctant to let Marie visit town alone, making Marie very unhappy. But now Oysta provides staff with the ability to locate Marie at all times. Marie has retained her independence and can safely venture out alone.


Jane is 16 with epilepsy and a mild learning disability. Her parents are full of praise: “Oysta has proved invaluable. Just knowing it is around her neck is a real safeguard for us.” Having Oysta has also saved them money. Their care package can be reduced from two carers to just one.


Virginio is 76 and has always been active, but he is becoming frail. Traditional telecare can not provide the level of freedom he needs. Oysta has changed all this: “I have my Oysta with me every day. To be honest I don’t even know it’s there. It gives me total peace of mind”.


Peter is 18 with Down’s Syndrome and wanted to live alone. His parents were keen to support him but only if it were safe. Oysta was the answer. When given his device, Peter declared it was “better than Christmas” and has named it “funking supa-dupa”.