Meetcaregivers Family Care Portal Simplifies Caregiving
Sometimes people who hire caregivers feel as if they aren’t doing enough to help their aging parents. Perhaps they wish that the caregiver process was more interactive or they had more control over the process. That’s where the Meetcaregivers family care portal comes in.
We created an online app to helps families stay connected and involved in their loved one’s care. We designed it specifically for our clients who don’t always have the time to check on their loved ones in-person. You can even work with a care coordinator to create a customized care plan for your loved one.
With it, you can easily view the caregiver’s time punches and even set daily tasks for caregivers to complete remotely. For example, if you worry whether your loved one is taking their medication, the caregiver will mark the task as completed on the care portal after administering the medication.
Perhaps your senior has a doctor’s appointment scheduled on Friday or wants to go to the hair salon on Saturday. You can remind your loved one’s caregiver about the appointment with the care portal.
Meetcaregivers Family Care Portal: Based On Reassurance And Trust
You can have peace of mind knowing your loved one is in good hands simply by checking the care portal. For example, you may worry that your loved one’s caregiver doesn’t know enough about them.
For clients with multiple caregivers, this can be a serious problem, as new caregivers need to be informed of medical conditions such as asthma or allergies.
But with the Meetcaregivers Family Care Portal, you can store information about medical conditions, food preferences, and hobbies can in one place, making it much easier for the caregiver to get to know your loved one’s needs.
Caregivers can also record health metrics such as blood pressure and weight onto the care portal, which is ideal for seniors with specific needs. You and other authorized care team members can access these health metrics to monitor your loved one’s wellbeing.
Often, clients and caregivers don’t have the time or opportunities to communicate directly. But with the care portal’s notes feature, caregivers can conveniently report back to you with daily updates. For instance, perhaps your parent felt unwell that day or didn’t have a good appetite. If the situation isn’t serious enough to warrant a phone call, caregivers can record it in the notes section for you to view at leisure.
We hope that this new technology will connect clients and caregivers more closely, thus reducing stress for families and providing better care for seniors at home.
Meetcaregivers Can Help
For more information, contact us at 1-888-541-1136 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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