Ateesa used by people providing carer and development services

  

Day Options carer

Videos are currently being prepared and will appear here shortly. As a person responsible for Clients during a Day Options session, it is important for you to have critical information ready to hand - and if you know how to use a Smartphone - you can access this information for each Client on that (or a tablet.....or a PC).

  • Who should be present and any that were booked but gave notice they will not be there.
  • Easily mark those who are not present (Ateesa assumes everyone is present unless you tell it otherwise).
  • Ateesa flags any behaviours or issues to be aware of for each participant.
  • Case Notes to record and specific incidents, or to be used by Ateesa to communicate with family or Carers, the progress during sessions.
  • Medications if these are to be given, or authorised to provide should circumstances arise.
  • Small financial transactions for transport or other fees.
  • One click to flag that all those marked "Present" have received your service - which tells Ateesa to prepare funding claims (very important for your organisation).
  • View in advance the services you have been scheduled to deliver.

 

In Home support carer

You will typically spend part of your time travelling to the homes or locations of Clients, to provide services which have been agreed between your employer and the Client.

It is important for you to have critical information ready to hand - and if you know how to use a Smartphone - you can access this information for each Client on that (or a tablet.....or a PC).

  • A list of services you are scheduled to deliver today, with Client information, addresses, maps, ability to take photos and videos on a Smartphone for the service record.
  • Ateesa flags any behaviours or issues to be aware of for each participant.
  • Case Notes to record and specific incidents, or to be used by Ateesa to communicate with family or Carers, the progress during sessions.
  • Medications if these are to be given, or authorised to provide should circumstances arise.
  • Process any financial transactions if it is appropriate.
  • One click to flag that your service has been delivered - which tells Ateesa to prepare funding claims (very important for your organisation).
  • Automated timesheet entry for the service you delivered.

 

Respite carer

In some ways, a Group Respite carer faces the same responsibilities and processes that people delivering Day Options face. A person delivering one on one Respite services has similar responsibilities and processes of those delivering In Home support.

  • If it is Group Respite, easily mark those who are not present (Ateesa assumes everyone is present unless you tell it otherwise).
  • Ateesa flags any behaviours or issues to be aware of for each participant.
  • Case Notes to record and specific incidents, or to be used by Ateesa to communicate with family or Carers, the progress during sessions.
  • Medications if these are to be given, or authorised to provide should circumstances arise.
  • Small financial transactions for transport or other fees.
  • One click to flag that all those marked "Present" have received your service - which tells Ateesa to prepare funding claims (very important for your organisation).
  • View in advance the services you have been scheduled to deliver.

 

Supported Accommodation carer

Videos are currently being prepared and will appear here shortly. As a person responsible for Clients during a Day Options session, it is important for you to have critical information ready to hand - and if you know how to use a Smartphone - you can access this information for each Client on that (or a tablet.....or a PC).

  • Who should be present and any that were booked but gave notice they will not be there.
  • Easily mark those who are not present (Ateesa assumes everyone is present unless you tell it otherwise).
  • Ateesa flags any behaviours or issues to be aware of for each participant.
  • Case Notes to record and specific incidents, or to be used by Ateesa to communicate with family or Carers, the progress during sessions.
  • Medications if these are to be given, or authorised to provide should circumstances arise.
  • Small financial transactions for transport or other fees.
  • One click to flag that all those marked "Present" have received your service - which tells Ateesa to prepare funding claims (very important for your organisation).
  • View in advance the services you have been scheduled to deliver.

 

Supported Employment carer

Videos are currently being prepared and will appear here shortly. As a person responsible for Clients during a Day Options session, it is important for you to have critical information ready to hand - and if you know how to use a Smartphone - you can access this information for each Client on that (or a tablet.....or a PC).

  • Who should be present and any that were booked but gave notice they will not be there.
  • Easily mark those who are not present (Ateesa assumes everyone is present unless you tell it otherwise).
  • Ateesa flags any behaviours or issues to be aware of for each participant.
  • Case Notes to record and specific incidents, or to be used by Ateesa to communicate with family or Carers, the progress during sessions.
  • Medications if these are to be given, or authorised to provide should circumstances arise.
  • Small financial transactions for transport or other fees.
  • One click to flag that all those marked "Present" have received your service - which tells Ateesa to prepare funding claims (very important for your organisation).
  • View in advance the services you have been scheduled to deliver.

 

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