Person Centred Care

The Living Care Plan

The concept of a living care plan is fundamental to the care planning software which continually monitors for either changes to a service user's health or events that may indicate that the service users needs may have changed

More Time To Care

Allow carers to have more time to care by having the daily planned care automatically generated into the day diaries with a simple push button interface to indicate the care given, create shift notes and accident/incident reports

Configurable Care Assessments

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The structure of the care assessments is completely configurable to meet the needs of the people you care for. Incorporate clear risk assessments and indications of support required. All entries are dated and tagged with the person updating the assessment.

Simple Care Planning

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Plan the care required to meet the needs of the service users as simple daily routines detailing their preferences and any additional care specific to service user. The care planning can be configured to how you need to work.

Automated Day Diaries

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The care planned to meet the needs of the service user is automatically eneterd into their day diary to ensure that the planned care is given. Carers can clearly see what care is required, service user preferences and any additional care required. Create shift notes and accident/incident reports at the press of a button.

Built In Notifcation System

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The notification system alerts you to events that have occurred which may be indication that the needs of a service user have changed and the care plan may need updating. These automated events include accidents, incidents, low fluid intake, change in waterlow, change in MUST risk, GP called out and any event tagged as notifiable.

Comprehensive Care Reviews

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Be alerted when a service users care needs to be reviewed. The review identifies all the notifications that have occurred since last review so that a clear picture of the service users current needs can be assessed.