Being able to appropriately and correctly care for those people living with you should form the very ethos for which you operate. Coolcare helps by giving you the medium to collate all this information in a compliant and easily accessible manner.
The research based monitoring tools within our care planning software coupled with the ability to very quickly revise a care plan without affecting the original allows carers to spend time caring rather than filling out reams of paperwork. We fit with the way you work. Our assessments, many of which, such as the MUST assessment are standard, however you can create any assessment you wish. This allows providers to take their paper based systems and convert them to an electronic version without implementing massive change to the way the carers work.
With Coolcare’s care planning system, carers can simply record accidents or incidents and the care planning software will automatically prompt you to carryout a safeguarding or reassessment (given the appropriate circumstance) whilst also recording the event. This is particularly useful when a resident loses a certain amount of weight or their blood pressure changes by a certain amount. These alerts force the carer to record a change.
There are a great many features and functions within our care planning system that will allow carers and operators alike to improve the quality of care they deliver. We are one of the few care management software providers that make use of the excellent work carried out by Professor Dawn Brooker and her team at the Association for Dementia Studies at the University of Worcester in the field of Person Centered Care. The VIPS framework is a proven method that allows operators and care home staff to really examine their dementia care provision and provides an easily accessible method for continuous improvement.
Simple to use and easy to navigate
We have a simple philosophy here at LNT Software, our software must be of a high quality to carryout many complex tasks but also ensure that it is simple for the carer to use.