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 Herts Careline celebrates 40th Anniversary of supporting our community

It's official! Herts Careline's award-winning community alarm and telecare service is celebrating 40 years of providing reassurance and freedom to Hertfordshire residents.Herts Careline support over 16,000 residents across the county, with support and advice available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, often taking 1,500 calls a day.They provide assistive technology such as pendant alarms, fall detectors, door sensors, smoke detectors and epilepsy monitors which help those living with medical conditions, old age and vulnerabilities to live more independently in their own homes, in turn providing great reassurance to their families that they are being supported.

Herts Careline turns 40!

To mark 40 years of providing a reliable, resilient, trustworthy service to the community, over the next few weeks Herts Careline will be looking back at its history, reminiscing over its achievements and how advancements technology has allowed the service to continually develop and advance the support it offers.To start the celebrations, new customers who join the service during July and August will receive a gift of a bird food Suet Love Hearts as a memento of the occasion. It's thought that birdwatching is pleasing for improving mental health and wellbeing; and watching garden birds can be a meditative activity, so please enjoy this little life pleasure from us.

Keep safe in the heatwave

The mercury is due to exceed 30°C today. Please make sure that yourself and those you care for are prepared, as heat can cause exhaustion and sunburn amongst other ailments.People over 70 are especially vulnerable in the sun. And keeping well in the heat, especially in the current situation, is vital. A little Vitamin D can be good for you, but too much can cause health issues.

Supporting your Dad this Father's Day

We're not the most 'conventional' of Father's Day presents!But if you're thinking of that special hero in your life, perhaps consider a community alarm. This means they have 24/7 access to our emergency control room at the press of a button, giving them, and you, peace of mind that help is never far away.

Support for your loved one if you're going on holiday

Now we can finally venture abroad, or if you're planning a UK break, but you're worried about an older family member being left alone at this time, you could consider a community alarm which means they have help on hand 24/7 whilst you take a much needed break.

Join our team of dedicated Call Operators

Are you a compassionate individual looking to make a difference to vulnerable people?Herts Careline is expanding and looking to recruit for various hours.Part time or full time available. We run on a 7 week rolling shift pattern. Our core hours are 0700-1500, 1500-2300, 2300-0700. Monday to Sunday.If you have a flexible attitude to this types of shifts then we would love to hear from you.
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