Monthly archives: November 2011

We are looking to recruit caring and reliable individuals to assist us in supporting our carers and those they care for. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a charity renowned for its excellent services and professional care. Crossroads Care Hertfordshire North currently cares for over 500 carers in the towns and villages of Hertfordshire with our primary aim to give carers a break. If you can offer a minimum […]

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At Crossroads Care, we know how hard it can be looking after someone with a long term illness or dealing with the loss of a loved one. We also understand that sometimes the Carer needs a break to have some time for themselves and get away from the stress and anxiety they experience. We have set up a new group on Monday afternoons from 2pm until 4pm at the Stevenage […]

New service for Carers in Stevenage – ‘Moving On’ group

Thanks to the generosity of MBDA, Crossroads Care Hertfordshire North received a donation of £11,000 at their Gala Evening in London recently. Carer Support Worker, David Sapstead represented the charity at the Gala event and was interviewed about his work by BBC Radio 5 Live presenter David Croft who was the compere on the evening. Sir Matthew Pinsent CBE was the guest speaker at the event which included a charity […]

Sir Matthew Pinsent CBE – Guest Speaker at Gala Evening

The Trustees and Management Team of Crossroads Care Hertfordshire North were shocked and disappointed to see the results today of an inquiry by the Equality and Human Rights Commission into care at home for the elderly. The results showed that many of the questions identified “appalling” levels of neglect and even abuse. As the leading provider of support for carers and the people they care for in Hertfordshire we pride […]

Our response to claims by the EHRC Review that “Basic ...

Crossroads Care Hertfordshire North have been awarded £50k funding from the National Garden Scheme Volunteering Fund. The successful bid will deliver a programme called ‘Getting Carers Connected’. The purpose is to empower carers and provide them with the skills to use IT confidently. They will be shown how to access services, shop online, keep in touch with people using email or through social networking sites – helping them to alleviate […]

Getting Carers Connected

In an offer of generosity, Alan Fuller, from MBDA arranged for a group of carers from the Stevenage Day Centre to attend a match at the Lamex Stadium, home of Stevenage Football Club in their own box. Their day out saw Stevenage take on Yeovil Town in a closely fought contest ending in a 0-0 draw. Despite the result, a great day was had by all and many thanks to […]

A Day Out At The Football