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View the Herts Bernie video!

We're very pleased to announce that the new Herts Bernie video has launched!It is available via our YouTube channelWe're delighted to show you this new service which supports independence outside the home,We're confident that it will be enjoyable and helpful to both our customers and the professionals who refer to us. Take a look.

New Portable Pendant - Herts Bernie has launched!

To meet demand from customers who have asked us to provide a pendant that works outside of the home, we have launched the Herts Bernie Location Service. Herts Bernie is a St Bernard rescue dog for the 21st century – a portable pendant and reliable companion who can help in an emergency, wherever a person is. It's the perfect addition (not a replacement) to our community alarm and telecare service, which helps people live independently at home. Now we can offer a solution for when they are out and about too.

Herts Careline's life saving pilot in the news

Make sure you look out for our innovative launch story in Horizon and Outlook, Hertfordshire County Council's and North Hertfordshire District Council's respective residents' magazines this month.

Herts Careline attended the Hertswise District Launch in North Herts

Herts Careline attended the official launch of Hertswise in North Hertfordshire.Hertswise is an innovative countywide service designed to support people living with dementia, low level memory loss or mild cognitive impairment as well as their loved ones and carers. Hertswise teams aim to ensure that people of all ages, living anywhere in Hertfordshire, are able to easily access information and advice, activities and support regardless of whether they have (or want) a diagnosis.

Watch Herts Careline's new video!

We're very pleased to announce that the new Herts Careline video has launched!

Herts Careline attends slipper swap event in Baldock

Herts Careline attends slipper swap event in Baldock. The chance of a fall can increase as we get older but you can take steps to stay safe and well. Keeping active and exercising regularly can really help. As can having a community alarm.
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