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We want you to spend time doing what you do best – caring. That’s why we’ve made our platform and its features adaptable and easy to use for live-in care, retirement villages, mental health care, case management and personal health budgets. All the benefits, without the expensive price tag.

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Live-in care

Provide 24-hour companionship and specialist care to clients within their homes to keep on top of their health and wellbeing outcomes.

  • Personalised care plans that take into account everything from daily routine and living safely to choice and communication.
  • Digital signatures so your clients can sign their care plans and confirm they understand the support put in place.
  • Electronic medication administration (eMAR) that covers all the bases, from prompts to give meds at set times and frequencies to stock checkers for reordering prescriptions.
  • Health recordings that capture key clinical information, including the Bristol stool scale, the Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool (MUST), heart rate and mood.
  • Social activities recording that highlight when family members come to visit and the different hobbies and interests carried out.
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Retirement villages

Support elderly residents to live full and independent lives within retirement communities.

  • Risk assessments to calculate the likelihood something could happen and the steps you can take to reduce this, covering all the activities of daily living (ADLs).
  • Clock-in and clock-out functions that log how much time your staff spend visiting residents and allow you to monitor your carers’ progress throughout the day.  
  • Incident management to record significant occurrences and notify senior management as soon as they happen, from falls and seizures to illnesses and injuries.
  • Personal health recording to capture daily tasks like oral hygiene, skincare and getting washed.
  • Social activities recording to monitor community engagement with other residents.
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Mental health care

Meet the complex and individual needs of your service users, supporting their emotional, social and psychological wellbeing.

  • Risk assessments where you can calculate risk scores and put in place steps to reduce them, including mental health capacity assessments and dependency profiles.
  • Digital signatures that allow service users or their Legal Power of Attorneys to sign personal care plans, confirming they understand the steps put in place for them.
  • Electronic medication administration (eMAR) to record what medication your service users are taking, when they’re meant to take it and expected stock, so you can stay on top of ordering prescriptions.
  • Mood recording where you can monitor the mental health of your service users, using a 5-point scale and mood descriptors.
  • Incident management to record and alert other staff about serious events, including ABC behaviours, injuries, medication errors and missing persons.
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Case management

Give clients the best possible health outcomes through the development and implementation of co-ordinated health and social care approaches.

  • Personalised support plans that take into account everything from living safely, mobility and personal care to managing money, leisure activities and personal care.
  • Client management where you can administrate all basic information you hold about the service users you support.
  • Reports and charts that give you instant access to your clients’ health, including blood pressure, health visits and behaviour.
  • Policies, procedures and documents, like health and safety, RIDDOR, and data protection information, that you can store in one central location for all your team to see.
  • Alerts and notifications that will keep you up-to-date with important incidents as soon as they’re logged, straight to your phone.
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Personal health budgets (PHBs)

Design bespoke care packages for clients, to cover all their health and wellbeing needs.

  • Personalised care and support plans that cover all the activities of daily living (ADLs) and come with automatic reminders to review these throughout the year.
  • Risk assessments that factor in the individual differences of your clients, including emergency evacuation plans (PEEPS), personal care risk and advance care planning.
  • Digital signatures allowing clients to confirm they understand the bespoke care and support plans put in place for them.
  • Client management on a single dashboard where you can create profiles for each of your service users and add details about their care provision, like emergency contacts and medical history.
  • Reports and charts giving you real-time insights into your clients’ health information, with handy charts, such as food intake, temperature and daily activities.
"It’s an easy-to-use app and means my mum can log in and see that my needs are being met. Also, it provides evidence of care for when I have reviews with social services."
Charleigh
Live-in Care Client
"Simple to use, does what it says on the tin and works perfectly for care."
Jayne
Beacon Case Management
"It’s a very easy to use platform to keep track of and record my wife’s care."
James
Carer
"Log my Care is hands-on, giving me instant responses and minute-by-minute updates on my client."
Linda
Continuity Care

"It’s an easy-to-use app and means my mum can log in and see that my needs are being met. Also, it provides evidence of care for when I have reviews with social services."

Charleigh
Live-in Care Client

"Simple to use, does what it says on the tin and works perfectly for care."

Jayne
Beacon Case Management

"It’s a very easy to use platform to keep track of and record my wife’s care."

James
Carer

"Log my Care is hands-on, giving me instant responses and minute-by-minute updates on my client."

Linda
Continuity Care

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More services we work with

Our platform is adaptable to all service delivery shapes and sizes, including:

Domiciliary care organisations

Learning disability organisations

Nursing homes

Residential care organisations

Supported living organisations

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