We work closely with partner organisations to make sure that older and vulnerable adults have the health and social services that they need to live as independently as possible, and that these services are good value for money.
Our Community First Strategy sets out an ambitious blueprint for preventing, reducing or delaying statutory intervention through community involvement. That includes families, friends and community support groups to aid the most vulnerable in our society.
For more on what's available in the community, people can be referred by a trusted professional, friend or family member via Herts Help on 0300 123 4044.
To find out more about the voluntary sector and the community first approach, email firstname.lastname@example.org
In response to the government announcement of the Market Sustainability and Fair Cost of Care Fund and to inform our understanding of the local care market, we carried out Cost of Care exercises for 65+ care and nursing homes and 18+ domiciliary care between June and August 2022.
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The Local Account is published to help residents see how well local adult social care services are being delivered and what is needed to improve in their area. Due to Covid 19 the Local Account below is the most recent and the 2022-23 version will be published in first half of 2023-24.
This sets out an assessment of the care market in Hertfordshire in two key areas for the 65+ care home market and domiciliary care market and provides an assessment of the impact of future market changes between March 2023 and October 2025