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Complex needs support

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Herts Careline’s assistive technology equipment can help to manage many long-term medical conditions that people live with.

We can assess and bespoke our services for people with complex needs, epilepsy, dementia, mobility issues, learning disabilities and a whole array of other issues.

If you or someone you know is living with any of the following conditions, there are many ways we can help support their independence at home via discreet equipment.


In partnership with Independent Living Supplies, we provide technology solutions to help young people and adults living with Epilepsy lead more independent lives.

There are many different epilepsy monitoring solutions available, and we can make it straightforward to choose the right product for the different types of seizures that present themselves.



We partner with Hertswise, a service designed for people living with dementia, low level memory loss, disorientation or mild cognitive impairment.

Assistive technology can help manage risks, improve quality of life, offer reassurance, and support those living with dementia in a variety of ways. It can reduce the risks of an accident in the home by automatically triggering an alert call if it senses a risk, such as smoke or carbon monoxide. It can also summon help if a person falls, wanders or leaves a cooker unattended.

Take a look at our dementia support brochure for more information.


Learning disabilities

We work with local authorities to support those living in independent living facilities as well as people living in their own home.

Each individual is assessed and provided with a bespoke assistive technology solution which would support them in living safely and independently as well as assisting carers if needed.


Multiple sclerosis

People living with MS can often experience falls. Many of our service users living with the condition find reassurance with a fall detector pendant so that they can summon 24/7 help if they fall. After falling, you may not be near to your telephone so are unable to reach it. Wearing a pendant button upon your person means help is on hand instantly.


Parkinson's disease

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive condition which can cause issues with mobility and movement, amongst other issues. If you or someone you know has Parkinson’s, they may feel more reassured with a pendant or other equipment which can alert us for help whenever they need it. We can talk you through the options available.