Keys to Care App

Keys to Care App

If elderly care matters to you, open the Keys to Care app which covers over 10 important relating to social care.

As a care worker, relative or carer at home you will find inspirational, practical guidance to help you improve the health and wellbeing of those you look after. On topics from Continence Care to Emergencies it gives reminders of what to think about, ask and do. This friendly app also gives news and information, plus links and opportunities to share your own experience.

The Keys to Care app covers the following:

  • The Care Plan
  • Care at Night
  • Continence Care
  • Daily Life
  • Dementia
  • Eating & Drinking
  • Emergencies
  • End of Life Care
  • Family & Friends
  • Listening & Talking
  • Mouth & Teeth Care
  • Privacy & Choice

Each Key to Care gives a link to its Keynote with more details, examples of good practice and ideas you could use, plus a note of legal requirements and recent research.

Produced by The Relatives & Residents Association (R&RA) with specialist advice and the help of people who live and work in residential care homes, the Keys to Care app also features:

  • News and comment – finance, regulation, issues of concern
  • Twitter – R&RA mediated
  • More – useful links

Visit the Google Play or Apple Store on your phone or tablet and search for Keys to Care.

 

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