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News from Herts Careline
Herts Careline's telecare equipment helps Hertfordshire Mum
Blowing the myth that telecare is 'only for older people' out of the water, Herts Careline has been supporting a local mother to regain her independence and transform her life.
A day in the life of a Herts Careline call operator
Then walk a shift in the footsteps of a Herts Careline control room operator. They work tirelessly around the clock taking medical emergency calls from residents across the whole of Hertfordshire.Residents who are signed up to the service have access to fall detectors, smoke alarms and temperature monitors, as well as a pendant alarm, depending on their needs. This is an emergency button worn around their neck or wrist and enables them to dial through to Careline's 24/7 control room.
Revealing the faces behind your calls to us
Feel safe at home with Herts Careline and feel protected outside with a washable, two-layer cotton face mask.Now that the Government has enforced wearing a face covering in indoor spaces, we can help customers navigate our 'new normal' by giving those who join Herts Careline in August and September a free face maskFor 24/7 emergency support and peace of mind at the press of a button for you or your loved one, you can find out more about joining Herts Careline's community alarm and telecare service by calling 0300 999 2 999.Free face masks are given out at the point of installation.#staysafehertfordshire #facemask #facecovering
More Hospitals on board for free community alarm package
In partnership with Hertfordshire County Council (HCC), so far we have provided the Social Care teams at Lister Hospital, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Watford General Hospital, Potters Bar Hospital, Langley House at Watford and Barnet & Chase Farm Hospital with community alarm and pendant kits which patients can take home free of charge for 6 weeks.
Prepare for the heatwave this week
Prepare for the heatwaveThe mercury is due to exceed 30°C in the upcoming days. Please make sure that yourself and those you care for are prepared, as heat can cause exhaustion and sunburn amongst other ailments.
FREE Facemask when you join Herts Careline during August and September
Feel safe at home with Herts Careline and feel protected outside with a washable, two-layer cotton facemask.Now that the Government has enforced wearing a face covering in indoor spaces, we can help customers navigate our 'new normal' by giving those who join Herts Careline in August and September a free facemask.