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Halloween - be aware of who you scare and stay safe

Halloween will look a lot different this year, and we're hoping people of Hertfordshire will play their part and only celebrate Halloween safely, helping to save lives by preventing the spread of the coronavirus.We worry every year that trick or treaters will make those in our care worry when they receive a knock on the door after dark. But this year, although that risk is reduced as people are choosing not to go door, we encourage you to keep in mind there may be vulnerable people living in your community if you're in your costumes taking part in pumpkin window display trails and walks after dark.We know there may be calls to Herts Careline's control room on Halloween night from anxious residents, so do keep us all in mind so safe, low-Covid-risk fun can be enjoyed by those who want to take part.

NEW! Home and Away Service - a pendant alarm and telecare device that works at home and outdoors

Peace of mind wherever you are now comes in 3 options:Eva and GO - the home and away solution. An alarm base unit and pendant which can be used both inside and outside the home.Eva and GO telecare - as above with additional telecare devices and sensors that can be linked to the alarm base unit if the service user has additional risks and needs.GO - a pendant for use outside the home only, incorporating GPS and 3G mobile technology.For each option, when activated, the pendant sends an alert along with your GPS location to Herts Careline's 24/7 control room. The wearer can talk with the call operator over the speakerphone on the device and help will be arranged.So, whether you're at home, in town, out walking or visiting a friend, the GO pendant is with you every step of the way. Combine it with an Eva base unit and it doubles up as a home community alarm too.

International Control Room Week, 19-25 October

Herts Careline is joining thousands of Control Room staff across the globe this week in a celebration of their work as the unseen frontline of the emergency services.International Control Room Week highlights the critical role played by emergency teams dealing with life critical and stressful situations every day, 24 hours a day.

Your Connected Life

Your Connected Life aims to help people who are isolated to connect to their communities, to activities, people and places so they can enjoy life more.We hope to inspire people to reach out to HertsHelp or a local group and find out more about how to get involved, stay active, pick up a new hobby or ask for practical help and support. Anything which can make life easier or more enjoyable.

International Control Room Week 2020

Looking forward to next week…...More information to follow on Monday! #unsungheroes #internationalcontrolroomweek

Keeping safe and well this winter – new booklet available

A new booklet has been produced for people living in Hertfordshire to provide sources of help and support for them keeping health over the upcoming winter period.
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