When there are rapid changes to the health status of the older adults you care for and you do not have the resources to perform appropriate and regular follow-ups, decline is inevitable.

Follow-ups with CARE allow you to keep an eye on how their health status is evolving over time and to prevent and combat—or delay and slow—their decline.

How do you use CARE for follow-up?


  • Benefit from automatic periodic monitoring of the older adults you care for—every 3 months or even monthly for those most frail.
  • Schedule additional assessments following changes to treatment plans or beginning new activities.
  • Adapt the services and care you offer to the older adult as their health and CARE’s recommendations evolve.
  • Find information on the health status and autonomy of an older adult or of a group at your fingertips.
  • Assess the impact of CARE's recommendations on the older adult’s health status and autonomy.
  • Trend the health status and autonomy profile of an older adult or of a group as they evolve.
  • Attend to the older adult at the appropriate time with the appropriate recommendations.

What types of follow-up does CARE provide?

Individual follow-up: personalize and adapt the older adult's care so they can stay in their living space for longer.

Is your organization concerned with how your clientele’s state of health and autonomy are evolving?
Thanks to its monitoring and care tools, CARE fosters a trusting relationship between older adults and your organization by effectively meeting their needs and expectations using better knowledge of who they are and how they have progressed over time.
With the profiles of older adults’ progression over time CARE creates, you can adapt the service and care you offer. This ensures that your services are effective and relevant to your clientele, allowing for personalized support.
In addition to attracting your future clientele, personalization also adds value to the services you offer to your current clientele.

Implementing a mechanism to establish partnership between older adults and your organization is the best way to promote the health and autonomy of your clientele in view of delaying a change in their living situation for as long as possible.

Group follow-up: thanks to our algorithm, CARE offers the possibility of following the health and autonomy of one person as well as of a group of people as they evolve.

Thanks to our algorithm, CARE offers the possibility of following the health and autonomy of one person as well as of a group of people as they evolve.

This comparative monitoring provides valuable indicators for you to improve the services and care you offer, as well as optimize them according to the overall characteristics of your clientele.

As just one example, a decline in one of our indicators could prompt you to plan additional targeted workshops for your clients.

With this CARE feature, you will be able to:

  • More easily and effectively direct visits from health or social personnel to those among your clientele who need them most, putting them back on track for successful aging.
  • Keep your clientele at your organization for longer by having a prevention policy adapted to both individual and collective needs.
  • Better support older adults through the various phases of their life.

The indicators also allow your organization to implement a health prevention strategy that answers to older adults’ needs, thus improving your staff’s working conditions.

Follow your clientele across several establishments: developing a comprehensive and concerted prevention strategy.

As a Seniors' Residence or Assisted Living Group comprising several establishments, you can also monitor the evolution of older adults’ health status within each location you manage.

By implementing CARE solutions, you will gain a global perspective from which effective investment and development strategies for the services and care you offer can more easily be determined.



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