All the details, at your fingertips
We make it easy to record, track and share client progress notes, keeping everyone in the know.
Notes made simple
We’ve made it easy to record and share notes. The speak-to-text feature means support teams can just talk to their phones, and the app will capture and upload progress notes after their shifts.
Track what matters
Every team has different priorities, and every client has different needs. We make it easy to create and customise templates for your team that capture and share the information they need to be at their best.
Make it a team effort
Teams can be kept up-to-date on progress with notes instantly available, making it easier for teams to collaborate and share clients, and families to stay updated on the progress of loved ones.
Document important cases
Stay compliant and up-to-date by ensuring incidents are correctly documented. Customisable headings ensure your team captures all the required information in a quick and easy to access format.
Control who can view notes, allowing you to both maintain privacy and share notes with certain people.
Progress notes made simple
Teams can just talk into their phones to record notes, and easily share.
From images to forms, teams can upload a wide range of docs to support progress.
Improve communication between teams to support more collaborative care.
Available on IOS and Android, the app puts all your teams need at their fingertips.
With progress notes recorded every shift, you can be confident in your compliance.
Access communications between your teams and your clients, and link to profiles.
Progress notes are documents created by carers at the end of each visit. They are an essential part of a Client Personal File and are mandatory in case of an audit. It can also be used as a communication tool for staff and families.
They act as proof of service delivery. They constitute a legal record. The notes link to the client’s care plan. They are an important piece of information during a client’s NDIS review. They are a great sharing tool.
Yes, keeping a record of the progress notes is mandatory. When making payment claims to the NDIS and to show your claims are correct you must maintain complete and accurate records of supports delivered to Scheme participants.
We have written a detailed article on how to best write progress notes for the aged care and disability sector.
You can add very different file types: png, jpg, pdf, word & email file types to progress notes.
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