As coronavirus is running wild, self-isolation for the vulnerable is important, but so is peace of mind that your loved one is being cared for!
The family Portal brings peace of mind to family members who can’t visit their relatives because of the current pandemic, but want to stay updated on how their parents, grandparents or other family members are taken care of during this challenging time.
Learn more about the Family Portal for homecare, download a guide about the coronavirus instructions for homecare clients and their families, and share the document with your clients.
Families are more likely to spread the coronavirus than a professional care worker with hygiene training
Social care clients are the most vulnerable ones to coronavirus, and therefore the government state that over 70s should self-quarantine themselves. With the whole country in lockdown, there should now be no family visits.
Each visit is a potential risk and families are more likely to spread the coronavirus than a professional care worker that has specialised training and protective clothing. It is our responsibility to help the elderly in their isolation and protect them against outside diseases.
As the relatives can’t go for a visit, it is now more important than ever to involve families to the care online!
The Family Portal brings peace of mind to family members who can’t visit their relatives
The Nursebuddy Family Portal invites homecare clients’ families to join in the care. With the Family Portal, you can see who visited your loved one, when and which care services have been completed, and you can add notes for the carer works to notify about important things to consider.
No matter the distance, whether down the street, other side of the country, or the other side of the world, you can get real-time updates about your loved ones care. Updated information brings peace of mind.
It is also possible to invite for example a GP to the Family Portal.
The Family Portal is included in all of our plans and doesn’t cost any extra. Our customers can start using it immediately. Just click the link below.
Download instructions for homecare clients and their families on how to tackle the coronavirus
These instructions are based on the guidelines that the World Health Organization (WHO), the NHS, the Public Health England, the Finnish institution for health and welfare (THL), and the Digital Nurse Expert (DNE) has published.
You can download the document and share it with your clients and families. We have also gathered a list of instructions for homecare companies. You can download them here: