Carewaves Autumn/Winter 2017Read all about it! The latest edition of our free biannual
magazine has arrived! and is available for download now. 


The Autumn/Winter 2017 issue of Carewaves is full of articles about what we and other organisation have been doing to support unpaid carers.

You can also find out about changes or planned changes to health and care services that could affect some carers. Changes such as Hertfordshire County Council consulting on plans to change its charging policy for community based adult care services.

As always there are details about our free, upcoming, courses and workshops, forums and other activities.

You can also read about:

  • Our Annual Event for Carers and our first residential break for young carers;
  • Decisions made by Herts Valleys Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and East and North Herts CCG about future health provision in Hertfordshire;
  • Changes to non-emergency patient transport in Hertfordshire; and
  • Our plans to mark Carers Rights Day (on Friday 24th November 2017) plus information about various rights.

Carewaves is posted to all carers on our mailing list. Contact us to register for your free copy. Alternatively, it can be obtained via GP surgeries and libraries throughout the county.
You can also download previous issues at the bottom of this page.

Details of our courses and workshops can be found on the back page. To view our open events click here. Alternatively you can email or call 01992 58 69 69.


Keeping in touch

We are changing the way we are communicating with carers. In addition to the website and biannual Carewaves magazine, we would like to keep you up to date via e-bulletins. You may be asked for an email address when we contact you. We are also investigating sending text alerts to remind you if you have booked onto a course or workshop, rather like some dentists and doctor surgeries do. If you would like to be kept up to date in this way please let us know.

Download your copy of  pdf Carewaves Autumn/Winter 2017 (1.95 MB)  here.

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