Electronic Care Planning
Advanced Care has gone digital. For the first time ever, Advanced Care’s carers are now able to see and update live highly detailed information relating to the individual receiving support. The sheer scope of this information; from personal preferences, through to comprehensive medication details, outcome objectives and care plan instructions is a first for the sector. Where appropriate, this information can also be made available, in real time, to a Care User’s family. This advance in technology has proved entirely transformational; furthering the quality of our service-offering.
The new system allows for:
- State-of-the-art care management
- Mobile assessments for domiciliary care
- Care visit recording and a digital care plan
What is Domiciliary Care?
Domiciliary care (also called home care or home support) is a service for people of all ages with varying care needs who would benefit from receiving assistance with day-to-day tasks, enabling them to live as independently and safely as possible at home.
Domiciliary care is a popular alternative to residential and nursing care. Advanced Care can provide highly trained Support Workers to perform home visits and help undertake a wide range of tasks. Each package of care is tailor-made for the individual, guaranteeing that each Care User is provided with exactly what they need.
If you are unsure of the level of care you or your loved one needs, please try our digital Care Assessment Tool (CAT for short) using the link below. Based upon your answers to a few simple questions we can give you an idea of the level of homecare required and an estimated cost per day.
Choosing the Right Care Service:
Care Needs Assessment and Support Plan:
On receipt of an enquiry, usually within 24 hours, we will introduce ourselves then meet up with the enquirer at their home to discuss the level of support that is required. We complete a Care Needs Assessment, free of charge, to establish if the service is required short term, e.g. to assist during a short illness or long term perhaps to provide personal or dementia care.
Once the Care Needs Assessment has been conducted, a Support Plan is created. The Support Plan is tailored to the Service User’s needs and wishes. It will be carefully considered and cover all aspects of their home support care.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch or telephone us on 024 7623 4567 if you require more information.