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Scam Awareness Program at Hertfordshire Libraries

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Scam Awareness Program at Hertfordshire Libraries

Herts Careline's Summer Newsletter for Professionals

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Summer is following hot on the heals of a busy Spring season and we're always encouraged to see how much of a difference assistive technology can make to support the independence of those in the community. If you know of someone in your care or group whose relatives are taking a holiday this summer, why not suggest that a community alarm or telecare may be a useful support system to have in place for this period, and for the future. It means they can go on holiday knowing that our support is available for their loved ones, and you and the person in your care can rest assured what we're here to provide emergency help 24/7.

Helping your hero this Father's Day

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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.

Carers Week - see how a pendant can help balance the pressures

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Herts Careline and Hertfordshire County Council recognise the enormous contribution that carers make to their local communities - that's why we've joined forces to develop a range of subsidised services that are specifically tailored to help support the invaluable role of carers and those that they look after.

NEW! Launch of Stove Guard – a life-saving service

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After a successful trial period, we're delighted that we can now offer the Stove Guard as a new life saving service as part of our telecare offering across Hertfordshire.

Dementia Action Awareness Week - see how technology can provide support

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To mark this important week, we're highlighting our work with other with other local organisations, including Age UK Hertfordshire, Carers in Herts, Mind, HILS, Howard Cottage, HertsHelp and North Herts Minority Ethnic Forum which form Hertswise. Hertswise is a service designed for people living with dementia, low level memory loss, disorientation or mild cognitive impairment.Each of the partners involved with Hertswise have a specialism.. Ours is to provide the assistive technology that can support a person living with dementia to stay independent and safe.
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