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News from Herts Careline
Continuing our Contact-less installation of community alarms
If you were thinking of arranging to have a community alarm or telecare installed for yourself or a loved one, but have concerns regarding the safety with the COVID-19 situation, rest assured we're still able to install new assistive technology and maintain the service for existing customers.
Clap for Carers and NHS Day
To support NHS Day, and to continue to join in with the weekly tradition of the Clap For Our Carers campaign, Herts Careline's logo turns blue today, and will do so every Thursday, to publicly recognise the amazing efforts of the NHS key workers fighting the Coronavirus pandemic.On a personal and professional level, we can't thank the NHS and all the key workers across the country enough, so this is our way of saying 'thank you' and showing our support.
Professionals' Newsletter, Spring 2020
We're pleased to share with our Professional Referral Partners their latest Newsletter, bringing them the latest news regarding our new was of providing Contact-less Installations of community alarms and telecare in light of the current Corona Virus situation.
Healthy Hub North Herts
In North Herts the Healthy Hub service has been tailored to provide residents with information, advice and support in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Since its launch in January 2020, residents have been accessing a range of local wellbeing and support services.However, the Healthy Hub is now focusing on providing specific Coronavirus related advice and support to residents during this challenging time.
Operation Shield - Coronavirus
Operation ShieldThis project, being led by Hertfordshire County Council (HCC), is to support the people in Hertfordshire who have had a letter from the NHS advising them to have no face-to-face contact for 12 weeks. Some of these people will not have support from family and friends and so they will be prioritised to receive food and essential medication.
Beware of Corona Virus scams
Unscrupulous criminals are exploiting fears about the coronavirus to prey on members of the public, particularly older and vulnerable people who are isolated from family and friends.