17 October 2017
Four Types Of Care Home Software That Will Make Your Life Easier
With the ever changing environment in the care industry, care home software has become more important than ever in making sure that your Care Home can reach new heights. This is because certain care home software can make ongoing tasks that have been time consuming and difficult in the past become automated and streamlined.
This results in you being able to dedicate your resources to what matters most, offering the best service possible.
Which care home software is right for you?
Care Home Staffing – Ablyss
First up we have Ablyss CMS, which is a software package that looks after your care home management and staffing needs. Some of the features of this care home software are that it can help with the managing of key elements of the day to day running of a care home from care plans, risk assessments and reviews.
Resident App – Care App
Next up, is The Care App which is specifically designed to give carers more time to spend with service users. Their app revolves round daily records as these can be written with with just a few taps on the device and means the entire shift can be spent delivering care. With less paperwork to complete, care staff are under less pressure and service users receive a better quality of care.
Online Staff Training – Acacia Training
It is possible to save time in ensuring your staff are fully trained with Acacia Training. Their online courses give you access to over 28 modules within Health & Social Care which can help save valuable time whilst ensuring your staff are fully trained.
Care Reporting – Nourish
Nourish enables carers to plan, record, report and co-ordinate care, all focused on the person. At a time of growing demand for care, Nourish is using technology and design to empower carers to do what they do best: help people they care for enjoy the best quality of life possible.
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