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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Information 

With the recent and ever-changing news about COVID-19 in the UK, COVID-19 is still ongoing and can be challenging to everyone, however, the company has prepared for the well-being of its patients and service users, employees, the company is still purchasing consent supplies for which the company has a years supply of stock.

We are required to update all of our patients and service users our steps we are taking to ensure we continue to deliver exceptional care for you and your loved ones whilst maintaining high standards in health and safety.

The company is keeping up to date with the latest public health and government information about the risk of coronavirus in the UK. The infection control lead for the organization will maintain close links with local health protection teams and will be responsible for circulating essential information to staff and to patients and service users and their families. The company will continue to fully comply with official advice, including Coronavirus (COVID-19): supported living, and home care guidance, published by Public Health England (PHE).

Our first priority is ensuring our current workforce has access to the appropriate PPE (personal protection equipment) to enable them to continue providing the very best care. We have provided access to masks, aprons, gloves, and shoe covers as required. Other PPE equipment such as gowns, visors, hygiene, and goggles, can be requested for supplies at any time when required. 

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The independent regulator of all health and social care services in England. The Care Quality Commission monitors inspect and regulates hospitals, care homes, dental services, GP services, and services in your own home.

We are pleased to announce, that CARE4U2DAY is now part of Care England members.

™ CARE4U2DAY Limited is a privately owned family health care business, which focuses on real facts of providing High-Quality Home Care within its local area, for people who require daily support within their homes.

NHS Hertfordshire and West Essex Integrated Care Board (ICB) is the local NHS organisation that plans and oversees how NHS money is spent and makes sure health services work well and are of high quality, The ICB’s role is to join up health and care services, improve health and well-being and reduce health inequalities.

This guide is for people who have care and support needs, their carers, and people who are planning their future care needs. NHS Choices is a national website similar to the trip advisor you see on holiday and hotel websites. 

Based in beautiful surroundings just outside Berkhamsted, our care is provided completely free and we look after people in Hemel Hempstead, Berkhamsted, St Albans, Harpenden, The Chalfonts, Chesham, Amersham, and everywhere in between. We also support people in local hospitals and care homes.

Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) improves the lives of people of all ages by co-producing, sharing, and supporting the use of the best available ...

We work with the adult and children's care sectors to develop independent recommendations for social care. We also develop health and public health advice and guidance, which allows an integrated approach to supporting people and meeting their needs. is the UK's number one Home Care website for reviews (18,000), listings (over 9,000 providers), and jobs (900 jobs advertised) with over 2 million visits every year. Our aim is to provide the ultimate home care resource, and support the home care industry in offering the best service possible.

At HCPA everything we do is centred on helping Hertfordshire adult care providers to raise their standards of quality by offering fully funded training, network events and study days, low cost or fully funded business services, advice and tailored support.

We are a local independent charity. Our mission is to promote the well-being of all older people and their carers covering Berkhamsted, Hemel Hempstead, Kings Langley, Markyate, Tring, and the surrounding villages. We do this by providing a wide range of services and activities; our aim is to help make their later life fulfilling and enjoyable.

Generally, the county council is responsible for the more strategic functions and services such as education and social care whereas the districts and boroughs provide more local services. Some functions are shared between county and district.


We are the only membership body in the UK dedicated to supporting homecare providers. Together we ensure that homecare is valued so that everyone can live well at home and flourish within their communities. Let’s shape homecare together.


Facts about Alzheimer's and Dementia from the UK`s largest Dementia charity. Get more information on treatment & support of Alzheimer's and Dementia. UK No.1 Dementia Charity. Dementia Services. Helping Families Cope. Funding Research. Funding Dementia Research.

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