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Kingfisher Club for local people who have low to moderate Dementia or are socially isolated

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Kingfisher Club for local people who have low to moderate Dementia or are socially isolated

Coping with Bereavement

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When someone you love passes away, you may feel overwhelmed. This article from the UK Care Guide sets out some of the key issues that need to be handled when dealing with a bereavement and could also point you in the direction of people that can help you at this difficult time.Do take a look at their article.

Dementia Fun Clubs in St Albans

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Activities for people with dementiaHertfordshire Independent Living Service (HILS) Dementia Fun Clubs are welcoming and engaging, withevery session offering an excitingmix of activities. The clubs are runby highly-trained staff supported by team of caring volunteers.Activities:The clubs offer a wide range of both group and individual activities. HILS work with you to understand your hobbies and your life story, so that they can create activities that centre around your interests.

20% multi-service discount for customers who join BOTH Herts Careline and Herts Bernie

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Herts Bernie is a portable pendant equipped with GPS which provides a SOS and location service for those who might feel vulnerable when they venture outdoors.

LPC - Attention Pharmacy Team!

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Attention Pharmacy Team!We were delighted to meet so many Pharmacists at the Hertfordshire Local Pharmaceutical Committee (LPC) Annual General Meeting last night. We spoke to many pharmacists who were interested in how the Herts Careline service can support vulnerable people in the community. Pharmacists regularly see older and vulnerable people in the community – often they are the first port of call for a person. We've put together a useful flyer for Pharmacists to display on their staff notice board – you can download it from our website or email carelinesupport@north-herts.gov.uk and we'll post you some.

Independent Living: Community alarms can help

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Have you seen our latest feature in The Comet? In the article we outline the ways community alarms and telecare can make life easier and help older people stay independent at home for longer. It also highlights how medical technology can ease the strain for you and your loved ones.
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