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Support for GPs and their patients

If you're concerned about a patient who lives alone, or if they're recuperating after a hospital stay, or if they're finding it increasingly difficult to venture outdoors, assistive technology could bring the increased reassurance, safety and independence that assistive technology can bring.

Working in partnership with Hertswise - community dementia support - view the video

Hertswise offers community dementia support to people of all ages throughout Hertfordshire, through a variety of different services. From group and one-to-one support sessions, Carers support and advice groups to Specialist information and Advice, they are ready to help. 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. Our 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.Herts Careline is proud to be one of the Hertswise partners. Please take a look at this inspiring video for more information, visit the Hertswise website or call 0300 123 4044.

Winter pressures – support for hospitals with free community alarms

With Hospitals across Hertfordshire facing pressures as winter issues affect the community's health; Herts Careline is hoping its Hospital Discharge community alarm service is offering some relief to professionals who wish to discharge patients home with support on hand 24/7 to help with their continued recovery.Herts Careline's Hospital Discharge services enables us to provide hospitals serving the Hertfordshire community with a package of telecare for patients who are due to be discharged from hospital, to allow them to return home safely and more quickly.In partnership with Hertfordshire County Council (HCC), so far we have provided the Social Care teams at Lister Hospital and the Princess Alexandra Hospital, and the Early Intervention vehicles at Lister with community alarm and pendant kits which patients can take home free of charge for 6 weeks.

Feature article in the Herts Advertiser

How a community alarm can help keep your elderly loved one safe at homeFall detectors, community alarms and telecare are just a few ways we can help you care for your elderly loved ones, help keep them safe at home and maintain their independence, dignity and respect. Read our feature article in this week's Herts Advertiser.

Christmas gifts for older people - plus free light!

Are you looking for that perfect Christmas gift for your parent, Grandma or Grandad? Do you want them to keep their independence over the winter period and beyond? Then give the gift of independence and reassurance this Christmas with a community alarm from Herts Careline.

We're runners up in National Security and Fire Excellence Awards 2019

Herts Careline, Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) & Unicook were pipped to the post in the national Security and Fire Excellence Awards 2019 which were held in London last night.
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