‘By Carers, for Carers’ has always been our motto here at Log my Care, so when we were thinking of what features to create next, naturally we turned to our community of Carers for the answer. The response back was a resounding “Body Maps!”! We got right to work developing the new function and after much hard work from our development team, we are excited to announce that the feature is now available
What are Body Maps?
Body Maps allow Carers to log and track physical marks on a service user’s body. They appear in both the Care Office as well as in the Carer App and can be found under your service user’s profile.
Body Maps are a quick and easy way to log ailments and improving note-taking accuracy, all while saving your Carers loads of time. All your Carers have to do is add dots on the Body Map Chart that correspond with the physical marks on your service user’s body. There is also the option to give further details on the injury and to resolve it once the mark has disappeared or healed.
Questions? We’ve got you covered
Have a question about your account or the Body Maps feature? Just ping us a message using the chat button in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen, or send us an email. Our Customer Success team is known for its super-fast response time, so you won’t be waiting long!
Already using Log my Care and fancy getting right down to it with Body Maps? The feature is part of our Care Plans & Assessments module which you can activate from within your Care Office.
Thinking about going digital? Find out if Log my Care is right for you!
We’re on a mission to reduce the time care services spend on admin so that they can get back to doing what they do best: caring! Sign up for a free account now and once we’ve verified you as a registered care provider we’ll set your account up. All it takes is to add your staff and carers, you’ll be up and running in a few minutes. We’ll even talk you through the process if you need a little bit of help to get started. Sounds pretty good right? Well, what are you waiting for?!